The Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox 65 that addresses multiple vulnerabilities, three of them critical. In the latest security advisory 2019-01, Mozilla addressed three critical and three high severity vulnerabilities,…
Google has released Chrome 72 (version 72.0.3626.81) for Windows, Mac and Linux. The latest release includes 58 security fixes and a number of improvements.
A serious bug has been discovered in FaceTime, Apple's video and chat app for iPhones. The bug can allow a user to listen in on another iPhone users conversation before they pickup and without the recipient's knowledge.
Cybercriminals are exploiting a ThinkPHP vulnerability, recently patched in December 2018. The attackers are using exploited systems to then propagate two new botnets - Yowai (variant of Mirai) and Hakai (variant of Gafgyt).
Cisco released a security update to fix a critical vulnerability in the vContainer of the Cisco SD-WAN Solution. A remote authenticated attacker could cause a denial of service (DoS) condition and execute arbitrary code as the root user.
Apple released security updates that address vulnerabilities in multiple products, to include iOS, macOS, Safari, watchOS, iCloud and tvOS.
Popular WordPress plugin maker WPML said their website was hacked over the weekend and led to the loss of customer data. The culprit was an ex-employee who exploited a backdoor planted on an unsecured web server.
French data protection watch dog and data privacy agency, CNIL, has imposed nearly a $57 million fine against Google for violating GDPR privacy rules. This is the first time GDPR-related penalties have been imposed against a large U.S. technology company since GDPR was first made into law last year.
A massive data leak from an ElasticSearch server has exposed information on over 108 million bets, as well as personal information, deposits and withdrawals. The server was not configured with any password or authentication required to protect the data.
The infamous banking trojan Emotet is re-emerging via new cyber campaigns after a low period of activity over the recent Christmas holidays. Emotet is one of the most widely developed and distributed malware families used by cyber criminals.