Vulnerability

Nasty Linux Kernel Vulnerability Discovered, Mandatory Kernel Update Required
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Nasty Linux Kernel Vulnerability Discovered, Mandatory Kernel Update Required

The Linux Kernel since version 3.16 to 4.18.8 has an unfixed vulnerability, as disclosed by Google Project Zero. The vulnerability was first exposed by Jann Horn, a cybersecurity researcher under…

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No Takers for Zero-Day Vulnerabilities on the Dark Web
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No Takers for Zero-Day Vulnerabilities on the Dark Web

According to experts vulnerability sales have been all but driven off the dark web, which now operates in the open. For years the secretive market for zero-day exploits thrived in…

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Google’s Vulnerability Scanning for Their Cloud Infrastructure in Beta
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Google’s Vulnerability Scanning for Their Cloud Infrastructure in Beta

Google is engaging in a very competitive market in cloud storage and solutions sector. It is a growth market where the search giant is wrestling arms with Amazon Cloud Services,…

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Windows Task Manager’s Zero-day Vulnerability, Detected by ESET
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Windows Task Manager’s Zero-day Vulnerability, Detected by ESET

Windows Task Scheduler was Microsoft’s answer to Unix Cron, for the purpose of running applications, scripts, and batch commands on-schedule. It was first released as an add-on option for Windows…

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Android OS API-Breaking Vulnerability Helps Hackers Steal Useful WiFi Data
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Android OS API-Breaking Vulnerability Helps Hackers Steal Useful WiFi Data

Researchers have uncovered an “API-breaking” vulnerability, which could expose Android device systems data to rogue apps. The sensitive information thus exposed could be misused by cybercriminals. Security researchers from Nightwatch…

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UK Based Firm EE Hit by Two Security Vulnerabilities
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UK Based Firm EE Hit by Two Security Vulnerabilities

As revealed by Tech Crunch, the UK-based telecommunication firm EE, endured recurrent flaws in its online system. In one week, EE fixed two security vulnerabilities that could potentially impact their…

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Unpatched Remote Code Execution in Ghostscript Revealed by Google
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Unpatched Remote Code Execution in Ghostscript Revealed by Google

Ghostscript, a mainstream raster image processor and back-end raster image converter for PDF has been discovered of harboring a critical vulnerability, a zero-day remote code execution flaw. Ghostscript is an…

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Adobe Fixes Critical Photoshop Vulnerabilities by Releasing Security Patches
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Adobe Released Security Patches For Photoshop Vulnerabilities

Adobe has released its latest security patches that would help fix the multiple critical vulnerabilities that have been detected in Adobe Photoshop CC 19.1.5 and earlier 19.x versions, as well…

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New Mirai Botnet Variant Now Infects Vulnerable IoT Devices Near You
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New Mirai Botnet Variant Now Infects Vulnerable IoT Devices Near You

Right after the smartphone and tablet revolution that disrupted the laptop market considerably, the next big thing is the proliferation of IoT (Internet-of-Things) devices. The days when toasters, refrigerators, home…

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MacOS AirMail 3 App, Vulnerable to Email Leaks
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MacOS AirMail 3 App, Vulnerable to Email Leaks

Windows-based Outlook Express for a long time had been the center of controversy for Microsoft for implementing an insecure email client from 1993 till 2006. It was only until the…

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