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02/20/2018 01:46 PM
Year-Old Coldroot RAT Targets MacOS, Still Evades Detection
Researchers are warning users about the Coldroot remote access Trojan that is going undetected by AV engines and targets MacOS computers.
02/16/2018 07:44 PM
Apple Rushes Fix for Latest ‘Text Bomb’ Bug As Abuse Spreads
Apple said it is working on a fix for the latest text bomb bug that crashes a number of iOS and Mac apps that display specific Telugu language characters.
02/15/2018 10:09 PM
Intel Expands Bug Bounty Program Post-Spectre and Meltdown
Intel will pay up to $250,000 to researchers who identify bugs more severe than 9.0 on the CVSS scale.
02/15/2018 05:39 PM
Reported Critical Vulnerabilities In Microsoft Software On the Rise
Avecto researchers say removing admin rights from users would mitigate many of the threats.
02/15/2018 05:31 PM
Word-based Malware Attack Doesn’t Use Macros
Malicious e-mail attachments used in this campaign don’t display any warnings when opened and silently install malware.
02/14/2018 10:22 PM
Dell EMC Patches Critical Flaws in VMAX Enterprise Storage Systems
Attacks include a hard-coded password vulnerability that could give attackers unauthorized access to systems.
02/14/2018 07:42 PM
Researchers Find New Twists In ‘Olympic Destroyer’ Malware
Researchers now believe attackers may have had prior access to networks and that malware was more sophisticated than originally believed.
02/13/2018 10:01 PM
Two Nasty Outlook Bugs Fixed in Microsoft’s Feb. Patch Tuesday Update
One of the bugs could allow a successful attack simply by a user viewing an email in Outlook's Preview pane.
02/13/2018 07:36 PM
Unicode Technique Used to Deliver Cryptomining Malware Through Telegram
It's just the latest reported vulnerability for the secure messaging application.
02/12/2018 10:53 PM
‘Olympic Destroyer’ Malware Behind Winter Olympics Cyberattack, Researchers Say
The malware's sole purpose was to take down systems, not steal data, Cisco Talos researchers say.