With the recent upgrades to the CSS language, CSS code has become a powerful tool that could be abused to track users on websites, extract and steal data from a web page, collect data entered inside form fields (including passwords), and even deanonymize Dark Web users in some scenarios.
The authors of the infamous Dridex banking trojan and the Necurs spam botnet appear to have also created the FriedEx ransomware, according to an ESET report released earlier today.
Things are about to get a lot worse for Android users after the source code of a highly advanced Android banking trojan has been sold to different parties on a well-known hacking forum.
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.
Most source code files hosted on GitHub are actually clones of previously created files, according to a recent study conducted by a joint team of researchers from the University of California, Irvine, the Czech Technical University, Microsoft Research, and Northeastern University.
GitHub — the Internet largest code hosting service — is rolling out a new security feature through which it hopes to reduce the number of vulnerable projects hosted and distributed through its platform.
Scientists at MIT have developed a new tool called CodeCarbonCopy (CCC) that can automatically port code from one project to another, mapping differences and adapting the imported code to the new codebase.
Three of the most popular version control systems (VCSs) used in managing source code projects are vulnerable to a flaw that allows an attacker to run code on a victim's platform, potentially leading to the theft of source code or the hijacking of the underlying machine.
An unknown person has uploaded online over 32TB of Windows 10 internal builds, along with some of the operating system's source code. The data was uploaded on BetaArchive, an Internet forum dedicated to archiving software beta builds so users and developers can track how a project evolved over time.
Xu Jiaqiang, 30, a former software engineer for IBM, pleaded guilty on Friday to charges of economic espionage after the FBI had caught him attempting to sell IBM's source code, and later discovered he sold it to parties in China.
The author of the Nuclear Bot banking trojan has leaked the source code of his own malware in a desperate attempt to regain trust and credibility in underground cybercrime forums.
The source code of an unnamed Android banking trojan has been recently leaked online via an underground hacking forum, say researchers from security firm Dr.Web.