1. US Cyber Command says foreign hackers will most likely exploit new PAN-OS security bug  ZDNet
  2. Palo Alto Fixes Critical Authentication Bypass Flaw  Decipher
  3. Palo Alto Networks patches critical vulnerability in firewall OS  BleepingComputer
  4. Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear  iTnews
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Palo Alto Networks disclosed today a major bug that lets hackers bypass authentication on its firewall and corporate VPN products.Palo Alto Networks disclosed today a major bug that lets hackers bypass authentication on its firewall and corporate VPN products.

US Cyber Command says foreign hackers will most likely exploit new PAN-OS security bug | ZDNet

Palo Alto Networks has patched a critical flaw in many of its products that support SAML-based authentication for SSO.Palo Alto Networks has patched a critical flaw in many of its products that support SAML-based authentication for SSO.

Palo Alto Fixes Critical Authentication Bypass Flaw | Decipher

Palo Alto Networks disclosed a critical vulnerability found in the operating system (PAN-OS) of all its next-generation firewalls that could allow unauthenticated network-based attackers to bypass authentication.Palo Alto Networks disclosed a critical vulnerability found in the operating system (PAN-OS) of all its next-generation firewalls that could allow unauthenticated network-based attackers to bypass authentication.

Palo Alto Networks patches critical vulnerability in firewall OS

Authentication bypass could be targeted by foreign adversaries.

Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear - Security - iTnews