Adobe today patched two zero day vulnerabilities discovered in data from the Hacking Team breach. It also released updated versions of Acrobat, Reader and Shockwave.
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Security researcher Jordan Wiens was awarded one million miles after submitting a remote code execution bug to United Airlines’ bug bounty program.
As the zero days in Adobe Flash continue to pile up, Mozilla has taken the unusual step of disabling by default all versions of Flash in Firefox. The move is a temporary one as Adobe prepares to patch two vulnerabilities in Flash that were discovered as a result of the HackingTeam document dump last week.[…]
A researcher has uncovered a pair of vulnerabilities in the Kaseya VSA IT management platform, including an open redirect that could be used to force users to visit an attacker-controlled sites. Kaseya VSA is a platform designed to handle a wide variety of IT management tasks, including audit, inventory, security, patch management, backup and recovery,[…]
Hacking Team promised to rebuild its controversial surveillance software while two more Adobe Flash Player zero day vulnerabilities were uncovered.
Several new versions of PHP have been released, all of which contain a number of bug fixes, most notably a patch for the so-called BACKRONYM vulnerability in MySQL. That bug in MySQL is caused by a problem with the way that the database software handles requests for secure connections. Researchers at Duo Security disclosed the[…]
The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative announced it was releasing to open source data from the Census Project, which uses metrics identify under-resourced open source projects at risk.
Security researchers and software vendors have spent decades trying to work out the process of vulnerability disclosure, with limited success. Now the federal government is joining the fray in hopes of getting the two sides to play nice. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration, a unit of the Department of Commerce, is launching what it[…]
Security company Volexity said that the Wekby APT group, allegedly responsible for hitting Community Health Systems last year, is using the Hacking Team Flash Player zero-day exploit.
A high-severity bug in OpenSSL was disclosed today, and it affects only organizations that installed an update released in June, and allows anyone with an untrusted TLS certificate to become a CA.