The WhatsApp spyware story tells us that nothing is secure

The WhatsApp spyware story tells us that nothing is secure

When Edward Snowden broke cover in the summer of 2013 and a team of Guardian journalists met up with him in his Hong Kong hotel, he insisted…

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Critical Vulnerabilities in Cisco Products

Critical Vulnerabilities in Cisco Products

A high-risk vulnerability in Cisco‘s secure boot process was disclosed earlier this week by Cisco and Red Balloon Security and is believed to have affected…

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3 Tips for Protecting Against the New WhatsApp Bug

3 Tips for Protecting Against the New WhatsApp Bug

Messaging apps are a common form of digital communication these days, with Facebook’s WhatsApp being one of the most popular options out there. The communication…

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Microsoft warns of major WannaCry-like Windows security exploit, releases XP patches

Microsoft warns of major WannaCry-like Windows security exploit, releases XP patches

Microsoft is warning users of older versions of Windows to urgently apply a Windows Update today to protect against a potential widespread attack. The software…

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How to test MDS (Zombieload) patch status on Windows systems

How to test MDS (Zombieload) patch status on Windows systems

Today, a group of academics and security researchers disclosed a new type of vulnerability class impacting Intel CPUs — named Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) attacks.…

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Thrangrycat flaw lets attackers plant persistent backdoors on Cisco gear

Thrangrycat flaw lets attackers plant persistent backdoors on Cisco gear

A vulnerability disclosed today allows hackers to plant persistent backdoors on Cisco gear, even over the Internet, with no physical access to vulnerable devices. Named…

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Cisco's warning: Patch now, critical SSH flaw affects Nexus 9000 fabric switches

Cisco’s warning: Patch now, critical SSH flaw affects Nexus 9000 fabric switches

Cisco has revealed that its Nexus 9000 fabric switches have a critical flaw that could allow anyone to remotely connect to a vulnerable device using…

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Evidence of backdoors in Huawei equipment collapse under light scrutiny

Evidence of backdoors in Huawei equipment collapse under light scrutiny

A cursory search finds identical “backdoors” in D-Link, Cisco, and Sony devices, among others, as poor security practices do not equate to malicious intent. Huawei…

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New Exploits For Old Configuration Issues Heighten Risk for SAP Customers

New Exploits For Old Configuration Issues Heighten Risk for SAP Customers

Exploits give attackers a way to create havoc in business-critical SAP ERP, CRM, SCM, and other environments, Onapsis says. Exploits targeting a couple of long-known…

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Dell laptops and computers vulnerable to remote hijacks

Dell laptops and computers vulnerable to remote hijacks

A vulnerability in the Dell SupportAssist utility exposes Dell laptops and personal computers to a remote attack that can allow hackers to execute code with admin privileges…

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