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Adobe has issued patches for 87 vulnerabilities on Patch Tuesday - the bulk of which exist in Adobe's Acrobat and Reader product.
The bug is remotely exploitable without authentication or user interaction.
WhatsApp has patched a vulnerability that allowed attackers to install spyware on victims' phones.
Cynet protects the entire internal environment – including hosts, files, users and the network.
The two high-severity bugs impact a wide array of enterprise, military and government networks.
A Twitter glitch "inadvertently" leaked iOS users' location data to an unnamed partner.
In its latest observed campaign, there were also overlaps in victimology with the DarkHotel APT.
From ZIP attachments spreading Gandcrab, to DOC files distributing Trickbot, researchers tracked five widescale spam campaigns in 2019 that have made use of malicious attachments.
Using a bug patched in March, the attacks are starting to ramp up worldwide.
From a creepy Airbnb incident to Verizon's Data Breach Investigations Report, Threatpost editors break down the top privacy and security stories for the week ended May 10.
The WannaCry attack proved pivotal, changing the way organizations go about securing their environments.
Nvidia has patched three vulnerabilities in its Windows GPU display driver that could enable information disclosure, denial of service and privilege escalation.
Nigerian scam groups launched even more attacks in 2018 - and used more complex types of malware to reach more victims.
A simple Wireshark analysis was enough to subvert the gadget, which uses iris identification to protect the drive.
Two have been indicted in the 2015 massive data breach of health insurer Anthem, which compromised the data of at least 78 million customers.
A video interview and Q&A with IoT specialist Dan Demeter of Kaspersky Lab.
Alpine Linux Docker images available via the Docker Hub contained a critical flaw allowing attackers to authenticate on systems using the root user and no password.
Drupal, Typo3 and Joomla are all impacted by the bug.
LightNeuron is the first to target Microsoft Exchange transport agents -- and is used as a hub for major Turla APT espionage efforts.
The incident is only the latest in a string of disturbing horror stories of guests finding live, recording cameras hidden in their Airbnb flats.