Debian developers alerted Linux users late last week of a new build, linux-2.6 that fixes 11 separate vulnerabilities that could open the kernel to a denial of service attack, information leak or privilege escalation.
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Telecommunications company Cisco this week is warning customers and those running their software of eight separate vulnerabilities it has patched in its IOS infrastructure product.
Versions 2.0 to 4.0 of the popular open source web framework Ruby on Rails are vulnerable to a web security issue involving cookies that could make it much easier for someone to login to an app as another user.
After a botched software update over the weekend, Apple re-released version 6.0 of its Apple TV product last night.
Developers behind the Apache Struts framework released an update on Friday that fixes two vulnerabilities.
Hackers have only had a few days to play around with Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 7, but apparently that’s all the time one of them needed to find a flaw that can allow anyone to bypass the lockscreen on phones running the much-buzzed operating system.
The FBI began warning computer users about the Beta Bot Trojan this week, sounding the alarm about malware that has targeted a variety of online payment platforms and financial institutions over the few last months.
Yesterday’s iOS 7 update brought a slew of bug fixes, 80 in total, to Apple devices.
Developers behind the web framework Django have pushed out a new build of the software that fixes a handful of security issues, including a denial of service vulnerability in the authentication framework.
Apple pushed a handful of patches late last week and updated its OS X Mountain Lion to 10.8.5, improving “stability, compatibility and security” issues and fixing 30 different vulnerabilities in the operating system.