Developers at WordPress are warning users of the content management system to download and apply the most recent update, pushed yesterday, to address a cross-site scripting vulnerability.
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A number of issues exist in the content management system Drupal that could lead to code execution and the theft of database credentials via a man-in-the-middle attack, a researcher warns.
Government officials in the Netherlands this week released a statement that actually calls for stronger encryption and rejects backdoors entirely.
The Tor Project announced last week that it plans on launching a bug bounty program this year to encourage security researchers and hackers to responsibly report issues they find in the software.
With 2015 more or less in the rear view mirror Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the year in security: Wassenaar, ransomware, mobile threats like Stagefright, Carbanak and Equation Group, and more.
Yahoo has announced it will follow in the footsteps of Twitter and Facebook and begin warning users when it believes their accounts have been targeted by a state-sponsored actor.
Automation and energy management company Schneider Electric patched a vulnerability in one of its product lines this week that left a handful of programmable automation controllers at risk of being hacked.
Pro PoS, a strain of point of sale malware that began making the rounds on underground markets late last month, is easy to use, but less sophisticated than initial reports suggested.
UPDATE Cisco is warning users this week that several of its products — routers, gateways, data centers, and the like — suffer from vulnerabilities, including one critical one.
Apple has piled on the patches already released by Adobe and Microsoft today, and pushed out updates for iOS, OS X, Apple TV, Safari, and it’s watch-based operating system watchOS.