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Google this week finally addressed the KRACK vulnerability in Android, three weeks after the WPA2 protocol flaw was publicly disclosed.
An adware-laden phony WhatsApp download has been removed from Google Play and the developer’s account suspended, but not before it was downloaded one million times.
The Tor Project released a patch for a vulnerability that leaks the real IP addresses of macOS and Linux users of its Tor Browser.
Researcher Troy Hunt discovers as far as the internet has come in adopting HTTPS, it still has a ways to go.
Researchers from MWR Labs used 11 vulnerabilities across six different mobile applications to execute code on a Samsung Galaxy S8 at Mobile Pwn2Own.
A cybercrime outfit stealing from as many as 10 banks in Russia, Armenia and Malaysia has borrowed heavily from one of the kingpins in this realm, Carbanak.
Apple has patched the KRACK vulnerability in iOS and elsewhere in its product line, closing a key re-installation vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol implemented used by its software.
Oracle released an emergency patch for a remote code execution vulnerability in Oracle Identity Manager rated a 10 out of 10 in severity.
Google’s Issue Tracker contained until recently a vulnerability that would allow an external party access to any unpatched bug listed and described in the database.