SingCERT's website (https://www.singcert.org.sg/) has been moved to https://www.csa.gov.sg/singcert. Users who have bookmarked the old SingCERT website are advised to update the old URL to the new URL or bookmark the new website.
SingCERT's contact number, email and PGP key have also been updated. Please find the new contact details below:
Hotline: 6323 5052
PGP key: https://www.csa.gov.sg/singcert/contact-us/download-pgp-key
The Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team (SingCERT) responds to cyber security incident for its Singapore constituent. It was set up to facilitate the detection, resolution and prevention of cyber security related incidents on the Internet.
[SingCERT] Alert on Apache Struts2 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
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On 9th July ...
[SingCERT] Alert on ISC Bind Vulnerabilities
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[SingCERT] Technical Advisory on Petya/Petna Ransomware
On 27th June 2017, SingCERT was alerted to the occurrence of a Petya variant also known as Petna, which has impacted organisations in Ukraine and other parts of Europe. Petya/Petna works ...
[SingCERT] Alert on Global Spread of Ransomware Petya/Petna
On 27th June 2017, SingCERT was alerted to a new variant of the Petya malware known as Petna, which spreads via the Microsoft Windows SMB protocol based on the ETERNALBLUE exploit. This i...
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