WordPress vulnerabilities leveraged in malvertising campaign

Malvertising campaigns are nothing new. But this one targeting WordPress plugin vulnerabilities has a bit of extra malice to it.

3 weeks ago

Google hikes payouts on Chrome bug-bounty program

In an attempt to make its products safer, Google is enticing the best and brightest with higher payouts in its…

4 weeks ago

Google Search as a security tool? Not as crazy as it sounds

IT pros have a number of conventional — and unconventional — tools in their toolbox. But have you ever thought…

2 months ago

Mozilla patches ‘type confusion’ zero-day exploit in Firefox

A “type confusion” zero-day can be dangerous. Firefox users should read on to see why, and more important, make sure…

2 months ago

System feeling down? Architect your enterprise apps for high availability

Businesses want to improve uptime, and optimizing every part of their technology stack for high availability is a significant step…

3 months ago

Thousands of MongoDB databases deleted in cyber-extortion attacks

MongoDB databases are getting deleted by the thousands. We've got a problem here, folks, and the blame goes to a…

3 months ago

Cisco patches serious flaw for ASR 9000 series routers

If your company employs the Cisco ASR 9000 series routers, you need to read on to find out about an…

4 months ago

eGobbler iOS malvertising campaign uses Chrome zero-day

A destructive malvertising campaign dubbed “eGobbler” leverages a zero-day exploit in the Chrome browser to attack iOS users.

4 months ago

It’s not just you: Avoiding third-party security vulnerabilities

Even a robust security strategy may leave an opening for attackers: Third-party security vulnerabilities are not often considered, but they…

4 months ago

Mozilla patches critical vulnerabilities in Thunderbird

If you use the popular email client Thunderbird, put on your patching shoes. Parent company Mozilla has released fixes for…

5 months ago