Hillstone sBDS Expands Its Product Portfolio for Broader Spectrum

Hillstone Networks is pleased to announce version 3.0 of its Server Breach Detection System (sBDS). Included in this release are two new hardware models to address the needs of customers across a broader spectrum of use cases. The I1850 model is 1RU and supports up to 1 Gbps breach detection throughput, which is ideal for…

Network Detection and Response – The Building Blocks

In a previous article on this topic, I introduced NDR as a technology, and the key requirements for an NDR product or solution. In this article, I will explain the core technological building blocks of NDR. The Building Blocks of an NDR Solution A complete NDR solution should include end to end traffic monitoring, packet…

Vulnerability: Windows Kernel Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Found by Hillstone Networks

Today, Microsoft released the June product updates, which fixed two Windows kernel privilege escalation vulnerabilities (CVE-2020-1247, CVE-2020-1253) reported by Hillstone Networks. The latest security notification is published on the Microsoft website. The vulnerability affects all versions of the Windows operating system (Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server and all Windows 10 releases). Figure 1: Microsoft…

Vulnerability Notification and Hillstone Networks Solution: SMBv3 Protocol Remote Code Execution

[Overview] The SMB protocol is a network sharing protocol used in Microsoft Windows, and is often used to share files and printers within a local area network; SMBv3 is version 3 of SMB. Recently, Microsoft announced an SMBv3 remote code execution vulnerability. At present, Microsoft has released a security patch to fix the vulnerability. Meanwhile,…

Stay Safe. Stay Connected. Stay Protected.

In difficult times such as today’s health pandemic, we must protect our health, the safety of our loved ones. We must also keep sight of our business, our critical assets, and ensure business continuity and security. At Hillstone Networks, we care about the safety and security of our customers. So while the new normal is…