Microsoft’s April Patch Tuesday release includes fixes for 66 bugs, 24 of which are rated critical.
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A patched vulnerability in San Francisco’s public safety warning siren system suggests other radio-based platforms could also be hacked.
Critical vulnerabilities are divided into four CVEs tied to Adobe Flash Player and Adobe InDesign CC.
A new wave of document attacks targeting inboxes do not require enabling macros in order for adversaries to trigger an infection chain that ultimately delivers FormBook malware.
Researchers said a Mirai botnet variant, possibly linked to the IoTroop or Reaper botnet, was leveraged in attacks against the financial sector.
Intel said it is lights out for its Remote Keyboard app just as security researchers find three vulnerabilities that let local attackers inject keystrokes in sessions.
Google updates its Android OS to address its own OS and component partners Qualcomm and Broadcom.
Clouldflare launches DNS-over-HTTPS service called 18.104.22.168 that it says will be a “privacy-first” DNS service for consumers.
Microsoft released an out-of-band security update that corrected a faulty patch that left Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 open to attack.
Under Armour is getting kudos for disclosing breach within weeks, but concerns remain over an unknown portion of credentials reportedly stored using the weak SHA-1 hashing function.