Researchers at Qualys discovered a critical remote command execution vulnerability in Exim, a popular mail transfer agent (MTA) used on mostly Unix-like operating systems.
A vulnerability in Facebook’s WhatsApp could allow attackers to install spyware on impacted smartphones.
Samba has released fixes for two security vulnerabilities that impact Samba products. A remote attacker could take advantage of these bugs and exploit unpatched systems.
Mozilla just introduced Firefox Send, a free encrypted file transfer service that allow users to safely and simply share files via any browser.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has releases its Security Publication (SP) 800-177 Revision 1, that include security guidelines and recommendations for achieving “trustworthy email”.
Apple has released iOS 12.1.4 that addresses multiple vulnerabilities, to include a Group FaceTime bug discovered by an Arizona high school student and a security researcher from Texas.
Microsoft has released a new security advisory for an Elevation of Privilege vulnerability “PrivExchange” that impacts multiple versions of Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft Exchange 2013 or newer versions are vulnerable to NTLM relay attacks and privileged escalation. Administrators should review and apply the necessary workarounds until a permanent patch is made available.
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.
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.