An unnamed firm is paying up to $250,000 for vulnerabilities related to its virtualization platform.
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Microsoft is warning of a wave of phishing campaigns pushing tech support scams via malicious links to phony Amazon, Alibaba and LinkedIn web pages.
Microsoft patched three new Outlook vulnerabilities and re-released updates from a broken June update.
Microsoft has said it will not patch a two-decade-old Windows SMB vulnerability, called SMBloris because it behaves comparably to the Slowloris attacks. The flaw will be disclosed and demonstrated during DEF CON.
The Tor Project is launching a public bug bounty program to encourage security researchers to responsibly report issues they find in the software.
Tens of millions of products ranging from airport surveillance cameras, sensors, networking equipment and IoT devices are vulnerable to a flaw that allows attackers to remotely gain control over devices or crash them.
Researchers have spotted malicious email campaigns using Zip archives to spread NemucodAES ransomware and the Kovter click-fraud Trojan, simultaneously distributing both pieces of malware.
Microsoft releases a total of 57 security patches, part of its July Patch Tuesday, with 20 rated critical.
Microsoft today addressed two NTLM-related vulnerabilities privately disclosed by Preempt Security. The flaws allow for credential relay attacks.
Microsoft is warning customers of an “important” update to its Azure AD Connect service that could allow for an elevation of privilege attack against affected systems.