GitLab, the popular web-based Git repository manager, fixed a vulnerability recently that could have opened its users up to session hijacking attacks.
Month: August 2017
Trivially exploitable vulnerabilities in several Arris home modems, routers and gateways distributed to consumers and small businesses through AT&T’s U-verse service have been discovered.
Abbott Laboratories releases software fixes for pacemakers that could allow an attacker to wirelessly access the devices and steal personal data, drain the battery and disrupt normal life-sustaining operations.
There’s finally a firmware update for the 465,000 affected pacemakers to fix the potentially life-threatening flaws
When disaster strikes, scammers rush to exploit the good hearts of people wanting to help – here’s what to look out for
Automattic has patched a reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability in the WooCommerce WordPress plugin.
Relying on labels can make or break machine learning-based malware analysis – here’s how to mitigate that
The huge cache of addresses was discovered on a server based in the Netherlands – and the researchers are trying to get it taken down
And why would an apparently anonymous app want to suck your contact details to show to other users anyway?
I awoke this morning to find my account on Twitter (@briankrebs) had attracted almost 12,000 new followers overnight. Then I noticed I’d gained almost as many followers as the number of re-tweets (RTs) earned for a tweet I published on Tuesday. The tweet stated how every time I tweet something related to Russian President Vladimir Putin I […]