GitHub, one of the world’s leading software development platforms, has launched GitHub Security Lab with aim to secure open source software.
A security researcher recently detected a zero-day CSRF vulnerability CVE-2019-12922 in phpMyAdmin 22.214.171.124, which allows the deletion of any server in the Setup page.
UK's cybersecurity organization NCSC issued a warning that Python 2 is fast approaching its end-of-life (EOL) on January 1, 2020. After that time, organizations will no longer be able to get bug fixes or security patches.
First American Financial Corp., one of the world's largest real estate title insurance companies, exposed hundreds of millions of title insurance customer financial records.
Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Jenkins plugins that could lead to information disclosure. The three affected plugins are Swarm, Ansible and GitLab.
Security researchers from Trend Micro have uncovered a Magecart skimming attack that targeted 201 online campus stores in the United States and Canada.
Facebook provided an update to a previously disclosed incident involving insecurely storing "tens of thousands" of Instagram users' passwords on internal servers in clear text. Facebook now says that "millions" of Instagram accounts are now impacted.
The Apache Software Foundation has released new Apache Tomcat versions and mitigations to address a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability.
Multiple VPN applications are vulnerable to not properly encrypting sensitive data and insecurely storing session cookies.
A newly discovered botnet dubbed Xwo has been scanning the internet for exposed web services and default passwords. The malware was discovered by AT&T's Alien Labs back in March and is related to malware families MongoLock and Xbash.