Adobe patches nine vulnerabilities -- four of which are considered "critical" -- in order to protect against hackers who could exploit the bug to take control of an affected system.
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New attack for Bash flaw sees hackers spreading a remote access control tool to spy on target systems.
A flaw in Adobe Acrobat and Reader for Windows is being exploited in the wild. Critical vulnerabilities affect all versions of Flash Player.
iPhone users are vulnerable to a lock-screen flaw that allows a hands-on hacker to gain full access to a user's contacts list.
A new iOS flaw has been discovered which could allow hackers to record every keystroke made on an Apple device -- jailbroken or not.
Instead of closing one of the top 10 most common web vulnerabilities on its site, Yahoo has said that an open direct flaw is 'working as designed'.
Apple's iMessage is believed to be among the most secure, surveillance-proof messaging tools. But hackers have exposed a flaw that allows malicious interception, impersonation, and the viewing of private messages.
A bug bounty hunter has been rewarded with $12,500 after discovering the security flaw which left your photos fair game.
A five-month old flaw allows hackers to bypass authentication protocols by altering clock and user timestamp settings.
Customers of the homeware chain are being asked to reset their passwords after attackers gained access to two encrypted databases.
CORRECTED: A Windows security vulnerability was exploited by hackers, the software giant noted in its monthly release of software updates.
The networking giant has fixed a number of vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to remotely execute commands or disrupt critical processes.
Hackers used Adobe software to stage a data breach that left up to 160,000 Social Security numbers exposed.
The Flash developer is rolling out an emergency update to the world's most popular Web plug-in for two vulnerabilities, that are currently being actively exploited by hackers.
Well intended hackers might discover plenty of security vulnerabilities during their travels across the internet, but when businesses sue them or make it hard to pass the information along, it's no wonder that they don't even bother.
Several companies already reward 'white hat' hackers who responsibly report flaws in their web services, but Facebook is apparently going a step further with payments to those who find vulnerabilities in their internal systems
Microsoft has discovered a flaw in one of its services that allows hackers to digitally sign code as though it were written by the Redmond-based company itself.
Hackers are using vulnerabilities in Oracle Java and Adobe Flash to carry out drive-by attacks on visitors to foreign policy, defence, and humanitarian websites, according to security volunteer organisation the Shadowserver Foundation.Drive-by exploits, in which a user visits a website and then is sent to further sites to upload malware, are being used to target users with defence, foreign policy, and humanitarian interests, the Foundation said.
Microsoft just released seven security updates to fix 23 vulnerabilities in Windows and other products. In February, Apple released a massive update that covered 51 vulnerabilities and also introduced an embarrassing security flaw. The contrast is striking.
Microsoft has fixed a critical security flaw in its Hotmail login process that made it possible for hackers to take over accounts on the webmail service.The Microsoft security team said in a tweet on Friday that it had "addressed a reset function incident to help protect Hotmail customers", and that no further action was needed on the customer's part.
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