A zero-day vulnerability has been patched in the PHP-based image resizer TimThumb, popular in WordPress themes, after it was publicly disclosed this week.
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Oftentimes, looking at a given security vulnerability or mistake by a vendor, it’s easy to wonder how on earth the bug got through in the first place or the company didn’t catch the problem earlier. That definitely could have been the case with the recently disclosed bypass of PayPal’s two-factor authentication mechanism, but, as is[...]
Researchers at IBM disclosed a serious buffer overflow vulnerability in Android 4.3 and earlier that could lead to code execution. The bug is patched in KitKat, but most users are on older versions.
VMware has patched several serious security vulnerabilities in its vCenter Operations Center Management suite, one of which could lead to remote code execution on vulnerable machines.
There’s a vulnerability in the way that PayPal handles certain requests from mobile clients that can allow an attacker to bypass the two-factor authentication mechanism for the service and transfer money from a victim’s account to any recipient he chooses.
Private and commercial businesses are starting to find some comfort in crowdsourcing security research into application vulnerabilities,.
95 percent of vulnerable NTP servers leveraged in massive DDoS attacks earlier this year have been patched, but the remaining servers still have experts concerned.
Users who visit AskMen.com, a men’s entertainment and lifestyle portal, are being hit with malicious code – possibly stemming from the Nuclear Pack exploit kit – researchers announced today.
Weaknesses in Supermicro IPMI-based baseboard management controllers expose remote passwords in plaintext.
The system that’s used to produce RFID-enabled identification cards–including permanent resident IDs–by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service has a number of serious security issues, according to a new report from the Office of the Inspector General at DHS. Among the issues the OIG found is that nearly all of the workstations in the system[...]