With the release of Chrome 69, it was discovered that when you log into your Google account, or any Google service for that matter, you will also be automatically logged into Chrome whether you want to or not.
Today's deal is for a bundle with 6 courses and over 57 hours on on how to use Xamarin to create cross-platform applications using C#. This bundle is normally priced at $1,046, but has been discounted 96% to $35 as part of this deal.
Western Digital has just released an hotfix firmware update to resolve the authentication bypass vulnerability (CVE-2018-17153) that had remained unpatched for over a year. This vulnerability allowed anyone to bypass authentication and get administrative access to the router.
This has been a busy week. We had a brewery hit, an airport's flight and arrival time displays taken out, and Dharma deciding to release three different variants in one week. The NSA CodeBreaker Challenge was also kicked off today and it has a ransomware theme this year.
This week we have seen three new Dharma Ransomware variants released that append either the .Gamma, .Bkp, & .Monro extensions to encrypted files.
The KB4457139 is now available for Windows 7 via Windows Update and Microsoft's Update Catalog. Windows 7 KB4457139 is an optional update and it includes improvements and fixes that were part of KB4457144.
Attackers are using freelance job sites such as fiverr and Freelancer to distribute malware disguised as job offers. These job offers contain attachments that pretends to be the job brief, but are actually installers for keyloggers such as Agent Tesla or Remote Access Trojan (RATs).
In an alert on Twitter, the social network is alerting users that for over a year, their direct messages and private tweets may have been sent to Twitter developers by mistake.
A zero day vulnerability in the Microsoft Windows Jet Database Engine has been disclosed by TrendMicro's Zero Day Initiative even though a security update is not currently available from Microsoft.
A Romanian woman admitted on Thursday her participation in a ransomware distribution scheme that ended up disabling computers used by the Washington D.C. police for surveillance.
Servers and storage disks filled with millions of unencrypted confidential records of employees, customers and business partners of computer retailer NCIX turned up for sale via a Craigslist advertisement.
Google really wants to get rid of the WWW subdomain. First we had Google removing WWW in the Chrome 69 address bar and now there is some test underway to remove it from search results as well.
Federal executive branch departments and agencies have until October 16 to adopt on their domains a policy-based email validation system configured with the strongest setting. Most already comply with the mandatory requirement but whitehouse.gov is not among them, yet.
Today is not Patch Tuesday but Microsoft is rolling out a new batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10. The software giant is rolling out cumulative updates with a long list of fixes for Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) and Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709).
In a blog post, Microsoft yesterday announced that starting with Windows 10 October Update the company plans to deliver new updates for .NET Framework via Cumulative Updates channel.
NSS Labs has filed an anti-trust law suit against CrowdStrike, Symantec, ESET, and the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) over an alleged conspiracy to prevent independent testing companies from performing unbiased reviews of security software.
Cloudflare announces today its own Onion Service, which should make anonymous access through Tor easier to websites in its network, and reduce the malicious traffic aimed at them.
Last week Adobe released fixed 6 critical updates in their September 2018 monthly Patch Tuesday. It looks like they missed one, as Adobe released today an out-of-band security update for a critical vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.