Several vulnerabilities in Ubuntu’s Linux kernel, including a use-after-free vulnerability and a timing side channel vulnerability, were patched today.
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Turkey’s communications minister is denying reports this week that the personally identifiable information of 50 million of the country’s citizens has been leaked online.
Routers manufactured by Quanta are riddled with critical vulnerabilities that won’t be patched, as the company considers the product end of life.
Researchers have identified a vulnerability in an Android API in messaging apps like Skype and perhaps Signal, and Telegram, that could lead to privilege escalation and data loss, including private keys.
The week in news is recapped, including how the FBI cracked that iPhone, ransomware hitting hospitals, and the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty trial program.
The FBI has refused to comply with a judge’s request to describe how it was able to compromise Tor and trigger a wave of child pornography investigations last year.
More than 1,400 vulnerabilities that exist in a widely used drug cabinet system won’t be patched according to an ICS-CERT advisory.
Mike Mimoso talks to Endgame chief technology officer Jamie Butler about targeted attacks, ransomware, and what defenders are doing about detecting attacks on their networks.
Truecaller, an app that specializes in phone call management, has patched a hole that inadvertently leaked user information.
Facebook was quick to fix an issue earlier this month that could’ve let an attacker break into four percent of all active, locked accounts.