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] Shadow Brokers Leaked New Trove of Hacking Tools
On 14th April 2017, a hacking group known as the 'Shadow Brokers" released a new trove of hacking tools containing zero-day vulnerabilties and exploits believed to be stolen from a hyper-...
[SingCERT] Apache Struts2 Possible Remote Code Execution
On 7th March 2017, Apache Software Foundation issued an emergency security alert for CVE-2017-5638 (Apache Struts2 S2-045).
Apache Struts is an open source project of the Apa...
[SingCERT] Threat Alert on Cloudflare CloudBleed
Last updated on 7 March 2017, 15:13
On 18 February 0032 GMT, a critical system vulnerability caused by a parser bug was reported to Cloudflare. On 18 February 0722, Cloudflare determined...
[SingCERT] Threat Alert: Compromised WordPress Websites due to Outdated...
Over the past 3 days, SingCERT has observed an increase in defacements affecting websites hosted in Singapore as well as .sg websites hosted both locally and overseas on WordPress version...
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