Google published a report on Android security Tuesday, announcing that more than 700,000 apps were removed from Google Play for violating marketplace policies.
Oracle released a security patch update to resolve a critical vulnerability that affects its MICROS point-of-sale (POS) business solutions for the hospitality industry.
Digital Defense uncovered multiple, previously undisclosed vulnerabilities within several Zoho ManageEngine products.
Mozilla Firefox was patched this week with 58 corrections that can be exploited by a remote attacker for arbitrary code execution. This vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-5124, affects Firefox versions 56 through 58 and it has been fixed with the release of Firefox 58.0.1.
Facebook has revealed a new policy that bans advertisements related to bitcoin and initial coin offerings (ICOs), among others.
Another day, another vulnerability. Cisco Systems released this Monday a patch to fix a critical vulnerability in its Secure Sockets Layer VPN solution called Adaptative Security Appliance.
Infosec researchers discovered a recent attack on Microsoft’s Active Directory software that let them insert their own domain controller into an existing enterprise setup.
IBM carried out a study focused on the authentication method used when a user logging into applications and devices. Fingerprint is the most used method.
Strava fitness tracking app published during November 2017 a visualization map to show where users make your own exercise. The exercise tracker published a data visualization map containing exercise routes shared by soldiers on active duty.
2,000 WordPress sites (possibly more) are infected with a keylogger that’s being loaded on the WordPress backend login page and a crypto jacking script (in-browser cryptocurrency miner) on their frontends.