Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday security bulletin includes 62 fixes for vulnerabilities tied to Office, SBM1 and the Windows DNS client.
A popular porn site is used by KovCoreG Group to launch multiple malvertising campaigns exposing millions to fake browser updates and malware.
Microsoft patched three memory corruption vulnerabilities in the Windows DNS client that could be abused by a man-in-the-middle attacker to run arbitrary code.
Global consulting firm Accenture is the latest giant organization leaving sensitive internal and customer data exposed in a publicly available Amazon Web Services S3 storage bucket.
Researchers uncover a misconfigured Elasticsearch database, exposing data tied to NFL players and their agents.
FormBook info-stealing malware has been part of two recent distribution campaigns and is being sold on the Dark Web for as little as $29 a week.
Yahoo on Tuesday released an update to its 2013 breach, notifying users that all 3 billion accounts in existence at the time were compromised.
Cloudflare’s chief technology officer was frank and apologetic about February’s Cloudbleed bug during today's Virus Bulletin 2017 keynote.
Costin Raiu and Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade talk to Mike Mimoso live from Virus Bulletin in Madrid about APTs leveraging one anothers' attacks and compromised machines as their own.
Speakers at Virus Bulletin painted grim pictures of the threats to physical safety and civil liberties posed by commercial spyware and high-end surveillance software often sold to governments.