Hospira’s Lifecare PCA3 Drug Infusion pumps are susceptible to multiple remotely exploitable vulnerabilities that could not only brick the device but allow an attacker to run commands and put lives in jeopardy.
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Attackers have recently taken to the job searching website CareerBuilder to spread Microsoft Word documents that masquerade as job hopefuls’ resumes, but in reality, are laden with malware.
A critical vulnerability in popular household routers such as D-Link and Trendnet could be exploited by attackers to run arbitrary code on devices.
A potentially dangerous XSS vulnerability has existed in eBay for more than a year and it doesn’t appear the company is a rush to fix the issue.
The manufacturer of a popular projector found primarily in classrooms is neglecting to address several authentication bugs that exist in the device that could open it up to hacks.
Researchers stumbled upon a vulnerability recently that can force any iPhone or iPad into a perpetual reboot loop.
A data-mining advanced persistent threat hit a handful of high profile targets last year, including the White House’s computer network.
An issue with the content-control software NetNanny could open users’ systems up to man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks, HTTPS spoofing and intercept, researchers warned Monday.
A nasty remote code execution vulnerability was recently patched in Magento, eBay’s eCommerce platform
Teslacrypt, the fairly new strain of ransomware that’s been targeting gamers, is continuing to make the rounds online.