A critical, remotely exploitable bug in some BIND domain name system (DNS) servers could cause a denial of service situation and trigger them to crash.
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An Austrian teen at the center of yesterday’s TweetDeck security incident explains how things went wrong and what the last 24 hours have been like.
While the group of vulnerabilities that the OpenSSL Project patched last week hasn’t grown into the kind of mess that the Heartbleed flaw did, the vulnerabilities still affect a huge range of products.
Google patched a vulnerability that a researcher was able to exploit in order to collect every Gmail address.
There’s a reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability in a variety of Cisco security appliances that enables a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of the user. The vulnerability affects the Cisco Email Security Appliance, the Cisco Web Security Appliance and the Content Security Management Appliance. Cisco has released updated software to fix[…]
A vulnerability in an emerging interactive television standard could open up number of smart TVs to untraceable drive-by attacks.
Several vulnerabilities have been patched in the Linux kernel that could have led to a denial of service or privilege escalation.
Noted researcher Dan Farmer published a paper on the depth and breadth of IPMI vulnerabilities in server Baseboard Management Controllers, and the news isn’t good.
There is a new, remotely exploitable vulnerability in OpenSSL that could enable an attacker to intercept and decrypt traffic between vulnerable clients and servers.
Open source cryptographic library GnuTLS recently patched a remote code execution and denial of service vulnerability.