Archives for March, 2018
Microsoft released an out-of-band security update that corrected a faulty patch that left Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 open to attack.
Under Armour is getting kudos for disclosing breach within weeks, but concerns remain over an unknown portion of credentials reportedly stored using the weak SHA-1 hashing function.
Drupal developers are urged to patch a bug that allows attackers to take over a site simply by visiting it.
Cisco releases 22 patches as part of its semiannual Cisco IOS and IOS XE software security advisory.
Researcher finds Microsoft’s January Patch Tuesday release included a fix for the Intel Meltdown bug, however the update opened up a new vulnerability.
The suspected leader behind the cyber crime group that targeted banks to rack up more than one billion Euros in damage over the past few years has been apprehended, according to the Spanish National Police.
Facebook announced that in the coming weeks it will expand its bug bounty program as the company cracks down on data misuse by app developers.
Researchers identify a new malware family called GoScanSSH that avoids servers linked to government and military IP addresses.
Attackers, purportedly hailing from Korea, are stepping up their malware campaign with three new techniques ranging from abusing UAC and targeting Windows 10.
The Federal Trade Commission on Monday announced it is launching an investigation into Facebook’s data privacy practices