A cross-site scripting vulnerability on the Steam gaming platform has been patched. The flaw could be exploited by simply viewing a crafted profile.
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Smart TV manufacturer Vizio settled with the FTC on Monday over charges the company collected data on 11 million consumer TVs.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Microsoft SMB zero day, the latest Netgear router vulnerability, and a new HTTPS milestone.
MacKeeper says it has found gigabytes of sensitive personal data stored by PIP Printing and Marketing Services and accessible online.
This week HTTPS hit a huge milestone. According to a two-week survey of telemetry data from the Mozilla Firefox browser, 50 percent of page loads used HTTPS.
Researchers have found a half-dozen flaws in popular printer models that allow attackers to do everything from steal print jobs to conduct buffer overflow attacks.
Facebook’s Delegated Recovery delegates account-recovery permissions to third-party accounts controlled by the user. GitHub is the program’s first partner.
Credit card data and personal information in the form of recorded telephone sales pitches and sales confirmations were leaked online by telemarketer.
Academics studying 283 Android VPN apps quantified a number of problems associated with native platform support for VPN clients through the BIND_VPN_SERVICE.
The Star Wars Twitter botnet, the return of Lavabit, a critical Cisco Webex flaw, and the St. Louis Library ransomware story are discussed.