Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook talk about the week in news–the latest Gatekeeper bypass in OS X, Stagefright 2.0, that accidental Windows Update, and Apple’s privacy initiative.
A massive data breach at the credit-reporting agency Experian could wind up having major implications for 15 million T-Mobile customers.
The popular Jetpack WordPress plugin was updated this week in order to patch a critical stored cross-site scripting vulnerability.
After its alleged developer was arrested, Dridex banking Trojan infections were nil for close to two months. That all changed today.
Apple pushed out its latest operating system, El Capitan, yesterday, and while it boasts many security fixes, the update fails to address the outstanding vulnerability in Gatekeeper that came to light this week.
Google announced that it has made HTTPS available as an opt-in for its Blogspot blog-publishing service.
Researchers at Zimperium have reported two new Stagefright vulnerabilities affecting one billion Android devices.
A mysterious Windows 7 update that led to speculation Windows Update was compromised, was actually a test update accidentally published by Microsoft.
Unsupported versions of Honeywell distributed control system software are vulnerable to publicly available remote exploits.
Researcher Patrick Wardle will demonstrate a Mac OS X Gatekeeper bypass that exploits a weakness in the Apple OS that allows signed apps to execute malicious code.