Adobe again released a security update for Flash Player, patching nine remote code execution vulnerabilities. Adobe Connect for Windows was also updated.
Google’s November Android Security Bulletin patched 15 critical vulnerabilities, but only a supplemental patch for the Dirty Cow Linux vulnerability.
Microsoft released 14 security bulletins today, six rated critical. Among the fixes is a patch for a Windows kernel zero-day vulnerability disclosed by Google that was being used in attacks by the Sofacy APT gang.
The banking Trojan TrickBot is evolving fast, according to researchers, and within weeks will expand its victim list and attack scope.
Adam Mudd created the tool when he was only 15 and went on to make $385,000 from its sale and a DDoS-for-hire service.
These biometric-baffling babies cost mere pennies. Just in time: Facebook’s said that users can’t stop it from using our biometrics.
Tim Berners-Lee warns hackers could use open data to create societal chaos. What’s going on here? The fear of data sabotage, that’s what.
Earlier this week, the headlines flashed with news that Google had disclosed a vulnerability to Microsoft that allows local privilege escalation in Windows 10.
From getting busted on the Dark Web and the ‘super cookie’ stopped by Firefox to the grandmother billed $5K for alleged piracy, and more!