Adobe Flash hit by zero-day vulnerability again – Just Hit Delete

Russian Hackers ATP28 Use Zero-Days Vulnerabaility to Hack Diplomatic Targets in the US

Hackers are manipulating a previously unidentified vulnerability patched in Adobe’s Flash Player. Due to the vulnerability (which was said to be patched in past) attackers can secretly install malware on consumers’ systems, security experts warned on Tuesday. Hacks used to take complete control on consumers’ systems when they surf booby-trapped websites. The weakness had been previously …

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Flash and Java both vulnerable again to Zero Day attacks

Flash and Java both vulnerable again to Zero Day attacks

Online users should take a new threat into consideration when utilizing both Oracle’s Java and Adobe Flash software frameworks as; last weekend, 3 previously unknown dangerous vulnerability that could be utilized to secretly install bug on end-user systems were exposed in Java and Flash. Experts from Trend Micro cautioned in an article published on last …

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Critical SwiftKey and Zero-Day vulnerabilities reported in Samsung and Apple accordingly

Critical Flaws in Apple, Samsung Devices

Two massive security flaws have been found in Apple and Android products that could enable hackers to grab your data and private information. The first vulnerability is a zero-day alike bug in OS X and iOS that enables the hackers to steal both application passwords and Keychain (the password manager). The vulnerability, initially got disclosed …

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Zero Day vulnerability lets hackers crack SOHO routers

Zero Day Initiative Let Remote Hackers into SOHO Routers

A major flaw has been found in the software of a decent number of routers that highlight a Realtek chipset. Specifically, routers that use a Realtek RTL81XXX chipset furthermore utilize the 1.3 SDK (or more established, conceivably), are vulnerable against an attack that could enable hackers see operating code run as root. 20 months of …

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Is Technological Growth Creating More Security Loopholes?

Is Technological Growth Creating More Security Loopholes

Most security experts confirm that technology is increasing at such a fast and crazy pace, but security solution isn’t keeping up with it. Over the years, technology has evolved at an exponential rate, from laptops to tablets, wearable devices, drones, IoT/IoE (Internet of Things/Internet of Everything), RFID & NFC based systems, connected cars and smart …

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How to Keep Your Family Safe Online

keep your family safe online

Is your kid a computer whiz kid? How much time does your family spend on the Internet? Probably a lot. In that case you might be a bit worried about the internet security of your family. Needless to say, the internet is a dangerous beast and parents must constantly monitor the online activities their children …

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A Critical Bug in Acrobat Reader 11 Windows Sandbox Unearthed

Critical Bug Acrobat Reader 11 Windows Sandbox

Windows users should updated to the lasted version of Acrobat reader, or risk falling prey to a security hole in Acrobat Reader 11 windows sandbox which could be exploited to gain higher privileges to compromised systems, according to reports from Google’s Project Zero initiative. A critical security hole in Adobe’s Acrobat 11 windows sandbox could …

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No One is Safe. “The Dark Secret of the Web”

The Dark Secret of the Web

By now, you probably have heard how hackers almost crumbled America’s largest bank, how they took down the Target in Russia or maybe you are still reading how China could topple US power grids and Aviation systems in the coming days. What you probably haven’t heard is that you are the next targeton the hackers’ …

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A Swedish Hacker Discovers a “Rootpipe” Security Hole in OS X Yosemite

Swedish Hackers Discovers OSXYosemite Security Whole

A Swedish white-hat hacker discovered privacy escalation vulnerability in Apple’s latest operating System OS X Yosemite. Rootpipe overrides password authentication allowing the hacker to take full control of your system. As expected Apple is yet to acknowledged flaw in its youngest OS. A Swedish white-hat hacker unearthed a privacy escalation vulnerability in Apple’s latest operating …

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Argus Cyber Security exploits a vulnerability in Zubie to Remotely Hack a Car

Argus Cyber Security exploits a vulnerability in Zubie to Remotely Hack a Car

Former Israel spooks have unearthed a vulnerability in Zubie- a third party car device- allowing hackers to control a car remotely. A successful attack would allow the hacker to remotely commandeer functions such as unlocking doors, tampering with instrument- readings, controlling the vehicle’s engine, brakes and steering components, revealed Argus cyber Security. In the past, …

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