Malware from newly uncovered group PowerPool exploits zero-day vulnerability in the wild, only two days after its disclosure
Unbeknownst to exploit writers, the seemingly mouth-watering bugs would be bogus and non-exploitable
The slew of vulnerabilities – since patched – were found without the use of automated testing tools
But don’t get too excited just yet: the first-of-its-kind bug bounty program for printers is invite-only for now
Patches have already been released or are expected to see the light of day soon
One-third of audited codebases that contain Apache Struts suffer from the same vulnerability that facilitated the Equifax hack a year ago
Double zero-day vulnerabilities fused into one. A mysterious sample enables attackers to execute arbitrary code with the highest privileges on intended targets
The infamous outbreak may no longer be causing mayhem worldwide but the threat that enabled it is still very much alive and posing a major threat to unpatched and unprotected systems
The update plugs a security hole that exposes a million Drupal websites to attacks
In 2017, the number of vulnerabilities smashed records set in previous years. According to CVE Details, more than 14,600 vulnerabilities were reported in 2017, compared to 6447 in 2016.
"When looking for vulnerabilities in open-source code, it is advisable to check portions of code that is prone to errors": Useful tips from one of ESET's malware analysts, Matías Porolli, on how to spot vulnerable code.
Adobe Flash users find themselves in danger once again, as they wait for an emergency security patch to fix a vulnerability being actively exploited in the wild.
A security researcher describes how malware could infect your Mac's boot ROM, and spy on your activities, with little chance of you ever realising.
Two Flash vulnerabilities that were fixed by Adobe 2 weeks ago are now being used in exploit kits. This is in addition to a third vulnerability, CVE-2014-0556, that was patched in September and that has also been added to Nuclear EK last week.
In an announcement eerily reminiscent of the early phases of the Heartbleed flaw that took internet security by storm earlier in the year, Google has uncovered an exploit that could allow attackers to decode the plaintext traffic of a secure connection.
An embedded microchip that stops you from becoming pregnant? Would you trust it to protect itself properly from a hacker attack?
Finding vulnerabilities can be a profitable business - even if you work for the right side of the law. Last month, Facebook paid out $12,500 to a researcher for finding a bug - this month, Yahoo! paid out ... $12.50.
On Thursday, September 12, Duo Security, a young-but-respected vendor of two-factor authentication devices, announced the preliminary results of a study of over 20,000 Android devices from a two month old study they performed. Based on the results, they calculated that over half of Android devices on the market have security vulnerabilities that are, as yet,
As soon as Microsoft had released patches for security bulletin MS12-037 (which patched 13 vulnerabilities for Internet Explorer) Google published information (Microsoft XML vulnerability under active exploitation) about a new zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2012-1889) in Microsoft XML Core Services. Sometimes vulnerabilities are discovered at a rate that outpaces the patching process and so a temporary fix
Why you really might prefer to pay for AV security. Free Fall or Free-for-All?