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  • Hackers are exploiting zero-day flaw in fully patched Adobe Flash

    14.10.2015

    Adobe has released on Tuesday security updates that address multiple vulnerabilities in Reader, Acrobat, and Flash Player.

  • Mobile ad network exploited to launch JavaScript-based DDoS attack

    28.09.2015

    A type of DDoS attack that has until now been mostly theoretical has become reality: CloudFlare engineers have spotted a browser-based Layer 7 flood hitting one of its customers with as many as 275,000 HTTP requests per second.

  • Exploit broker offers $1 million for reliable iOS 9 exploit

    22.09.2015

    Here's a treat for hackers and security researchers who don't mind selling information about zero-day vulnerabilities to the highest bidder: Zerodium, the zero-day vulnerability and exploit acquisition firm recently launched by VUPEN founder Chaouki Bekrar, is offering a million dollars for "an exclusive, browser-based, and untethered jailbreak for the latest Apple iOS 9 operating system and devices." All the security improvements and exploit mitigations that Apple implemented in iOS made the popular mobile operating system secure, but not unbreakable, the company has noted.

  • Zero-day bugs in Kaspersky and FireEye products found, exploits disclosed

    08.09.2015

    A slew of vulnerabilities - some already patched and some still not - have been revealed to affect several security offerings by some of the most trusted names in the security market.

  • Security flaws could allow attackers to steal over 100 different cars

    19.08.2015

    Since 2012, a trio of European researchers knew that the Megamos Crypto transponder - used in a over 100 cars manufactured by Audi, Ferrari, Fiat, Cadillac, Volkswagen and two dozen more automakers around the world - sports vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers to start the cars without needing to have the key (i.e.




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Critical bug found in Cisco ASA products, attackers are scanning for affected devices

Several Cisco ASA products - appliances, firewalls, switches, routers, and security modules - have been found sporting a flaw that can ultimately lead to remote code execution by attackers.


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