A flaw in a very popular software-building framework may affect a large number of popular desktop apps from Microsoft (Skype, Visual Studio Code), Brave (browser), GitHub (Atom Editor), Signal, Slack, Basecamp, WordPress.com, Twitch, Ghost, and others.
Research presented this week at the Black Hat Europe 2017 security conference has revealed that several popular interpreted programming languages are affected by severe vulnerabilities that expose apps built on these languages to attacks.
Starting with Chrome 57, released last week, Google has put a muzzle on the amount of resources background tabs can use.
SVG has all the makings of a great malware distribution medium, and crooks are bound to migrate to this new file format, now that Google has moved to ban .js email attachments.
To increase security for its users, starting on February 13th Google will begin block JS attachments in Gmail. Though this move This move definitely brings greater security to Gmail users, but will only cause malware distributors to switch to