Elipse, a Brazilian SCADA software developer, patched a serious denial-of-service vulnerability in the DNP Master Driver deployed in its SCADA web-based application.
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Details and exploit code for a vulnerability in Adobe Reader have surfaced and the bug can be used to break out of the Reader sandbox and execute arbitrary code. The bug was discovered earlier this year by a member of Google’s Project Zero and reported to Adobe, which made a change to Reader that made it[…]
The ICS-CERT is warning users about a stack buffer overflow in the Advantech WebAccess SCADA product that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Drupal has released a patched a denial of service and account hijacking vulnerability, details of which were disclosed by the researchers who discovered the issue.
The people behind the Angler exploit kit are already exploiting one of the Flash bugs patched last week in the kit’s arsenal.
A bug was recently fixed in Android Lollipop that could allow an attacker to bypass ASLR and run arbitrary code on a target device under certain circumstances.
Google has released Chrome 39, fixing 42 security vulnerabilities and removing support for the fallback to SSLv3, the component that was the target of the POODLE attack revealed last month.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a rare out-of-band patch for a critical vulnerability in several versions of Windows and Windows Server, including Windows 8 and 8.1.
Karsten Nohl has updated his BadUSB research, looking at the top eight USB controller chips and determining that about half are susceptible to being maliciously reprogrammed.
Mike Mimoso and Dennis Fisher talk about the Windows Schannel vulnerability and whether it’s ripe for mass exploitation, as well as the WireLurker attack and why Apple hasn’t addressed it.