News for 3 October 2017 Year

Preview12:12Many Patched Macs Still Vulnerable Via EFI IssuesSecurity researchers have warned that countless Mac users are at risk because key firmware on the machine hasn’t been receiving security updates.
Preview12:11Governments' Google Data Requests Hit All-Time-HighGovernments around the world, led by the US, are requesting more user data from Google than ever before
Preview12:10Three in Four DDoS Targets Hit Multiple Times: ImpervaAmid an increase in frequency of repeat application layer distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks during the second quarter of the year, over 75% of...
Preview12:09Ransomware ResurrectedAs Stephen King once put it, “Sometimes they come back.”
Preview12:08Google’s Security Research Team Identifies and Fixes 7 Vulnerabilities in DnsmasqGoogle security experts disclosed seven distinct vulnerabilities in the Dnsmasq software package.
Preview12:07Equifax Breach Bigger Than Initially ReportedNumber of U.S. Consumers Exposed by Equifax Breach Increased by 2.5 Million

News for 13 September 2017 Year

Preview17:16Serious Flaws Found in IBM InfoSphere ProductsIT security services company SEC Consult on Wednesday disclosed the details of several unpatched vulnerabilities affecting IBM’s InfoSphere DataStage and...
Preview17:15Another reason to hate Excel: its Macros can help pivot attacksFrom Excel.Application to remote code execution. Lovely
Preview17:15Samsung announces bug bounty for devices and servicesSamsung is joining the ranks of Apple and other competitors and looking to boost the security of their platforms with the launch of its own bug bounty program
Preview17:14US Energy Department Funds 20 New Cybersecurity ProjectsThe US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced 20 cybersecurity projects aimed at enhancing the reliability and resilience of the American electric grid,...
Preview17:13Don't buy Bitcoin, it's a 'fraud' and heading for a crash says JPMorgan CEO“Honestly, I am just shocked that anyone can’t see it for what it is.”
Preview17:12Microsoft Patches Zero-Day, Many Other FlawsMicrosoft’s Patch Tuesday updates for September 2017 address roughly 80 vulnerabilities