BlackBerry this week released a new set of privacy guidelines its encouraging third-party app developers to follow to better protect their customers.
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Facebook has fixed Instagram to remedy a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability that could’ve put some photos users thought were private, out in the open.
Adobe has announced it will release a patch for its Shockwave Player today to fix what it deems are critical vulnerabilities in the platform.
A Russian researcher was able to take five low severity OAuth bugs and string them together to create what he calls a “simple but high severity exploit” in Github.
Comcast servers were hacked, yielding a list of the company’s mail servers, passwords and a link to the root file that contains the vulnerability the hackers used.
Google has announced it will retool its bounty program and extend its scope to include all Chrome apps and extensions branded as “by Google.”
Cybercriminals have tweaked the way the malware GameOver Zeus is delivered to users’ machines, changing .exe files to .enc files to evade detection.
The OpenBSD Project pushed out a new build of the security suite OpenSSH this week, adding a new private key format, a new transport cipher and fixing 15 bugs in the Secure Shell.