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A unique attack called DNSMessenger uses DNS queries to carry out malicious PowerShell commands on compromised computers.
HackerOne announced a free version of its platform for open source projects.
Google removed 132 apps infected with malicious iFrames from its Google Play store.
A proof of concept bypass of Google’s CAPTCHA verification system uses Google’s own web-based tools to pull off the skirting of the system.
IOActive Labs released a report Wednesday warning that consumer, industrial, and service robots in use today have serious security vulnerabilities.
Dridex has undergone a massive update and now sports a new injection method for evading detection based on the technique known as AtomBombing.
The ramifications of the recent SHA-1 collision attack have extended to Git and the Apache Subversion repository, both of which rely on the outdated and vulnerable hashing algorithm.
Google’s security researchers disclosed details of an unpatched Microsoft vulnerability in its Edge and Internet Explorer browsers.
Researchers say Necurs malware has been updated with a module that adds SOCKS/HTTP proxy and DDOS capabilities to this malware.