Adobe issued an emergency patch this week to fix a critical vulnerability in Flash Player hackers were using in attacks.
Attackers with ties to North Korea are using a critical vulnerability in Adobe Flash in a new targeted attack campaign.
Grammarly fixed an issue that was exposing authentication tokens to any website a user visited.
Cryptocurrency phishing, gas station hacks, and tax scams -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
Researchers warned this week attackers could exploit a vulnerability in some POS systems to hijack business-data rich databases.
Microsoft released an emergency update over the weekend to disable Intel's Spectre fix.
IoT botnets, encryption, GDPR -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
A lot of work from researchers and vendors went into the coordinated disclosure of last week's Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor flaws.
Western Digital recently fixed a series of vulnerabilities in its My Cloud devices that could have let an attacker execute code and remotely takeover the devices.
Apple says it plans to fully resolve a vulnerability in HomeKit, its internet of things framework, that could have allowed an attacker to commandeer IoT accessories like smart locks and garage door openers, later this week.