Web analytics firm plugs a hole in its platform that allowed attackers to open a reverse shell that could be used to attack the service.
Malware adds ransomware to its malicious bag of tricks.
In total, 88 unique vulnerabilities were patched as part of Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday security bulletin.
A bug impacting editors Vim and Neovim could allow a trojan code to escape sandbox mitigations.
Popular media player receives 33 security bug fixes, two of which are rated high severity.
Time's up on public disclosure of six serious bugs impacting the vendor’s IPM-721S model security camera.
Bug allows for a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on industrial, enterprise tools.
Both FireFox and Chrome have received updates to better guard users against privacy and security threats, such as tracking by Facebook.
Researchers use malicious NFC tags and booby-trapped physical surfaces to connect Android devices to malicious wireless networks.
Apple 0-Day allows hackers to mimic mouse-clicks to allow malicious behavior on macOS Majove, despite mitigations.
Google Project Zero researcher unearths a bug in Microsoft’s Notepad Windows application.
HiddenWasp is unique for Linux-based malware in that it targets systems to remotely control.
Researcher discloses vulnerability in macOS Gatekeeper security feature that allows the execution of malicious code on current version of the OS.
New .htaccess injector threat on Joomla and WordPress websites redirects to malicious websites.
As passwords are increasingly viewed as security liabilities, Identity Management solutions are picking up the slack.
Mozilla has released a host of fixes for its browser as it rolls out its latest 67 version of Firefox, which touts better speed and privacy.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday security bulletin tackles 22 critical vulnerabilities.