Summary FireEye Research Labs identified a new Internet Explorer (IE) zero-day exploit used in targeted attacks. The vulnerability affects IE6 through IE11, but the attack is targeting IE9 through IE11. This zero-day bypasses both ASLR and DEP. Microsoft has assigned CVE-2014-1776…
On 17th April 2014 a malware campaign targetting users of jailbroken iPhones has been discovered and discussed by reddit users. This malware appears to have Chinese origin and comes as a library called Unflod.dylib that hooks into all running processes of jailbroken iDevices and listens to outgoing SSL connections.
By now, you most likely have heard of the announcement of the Heartbleed vulnerability in versions of OpenSSL. Actually, by this time, your executives, your front line managers and your mother-in-law have probably heard of the Heartbleed vulnerability given it has hit every major new source (WSJ, CNET, CNN) While this ubiquitous software is a foundation for many web applications, most people will relegate this as “someone else’s problem”. However, many companies utilize OpenSSL within their own infrastructures to secure internal applications. Even if you aren’t affected by this specific vulnerability, the noise created by Heartbleed should again prompt you to think about your own vulnerability management program.
Attackers exploited a vulnerability in a popular video-sharing site to hijack users' browsers for use in a large-scale distributed denial-of-service attack, according to researchers from Web security firm Incapsula.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles is investigating a possible breach in security of its credit card processing service, sources said Saturday. Officials were quick to add that no immediate evidence exists that the data has been hacked.
A researcher has discovered that so-called Smart TVs from Philips suffer from a number of serious security flaws that could allow hackers to steal information from attached USB sticks, play pornographic movies as a prank, and hackers access viewers' online accounts.
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