Category Archives: Vulnerabilities
Unpatched systems are still a major attack vector for hackers. These unpatched systems can invite major troubles for an organization. The issue can turn worse when the organization falls victim to a data breach and compromises confidential data.
The Haken malware obtains sensitive data from victims and secretly signs them up for expensive premium subscription services.
The eight apps that were found have since been removed. Users have collectively been downloaded 50,000 times. These apps were utilities and … Read the rest
Mozilla the makers of Firefox has issued a zero-day security update for Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release, which were found to contain an actively exploited flaw in the IonMonkey JIT compiler.
What is known
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“Incorrect alias information in IonMonkey
Hackers are exploiting existing vulnerabilities in Pulse Secure VPN and Android Phones. The flaw tracked as CVE-2019-1150, has been rated ‘Highly’ critical. This arbitrary read file vulnerability affects multiple versions of Pulse Connect Secure and Pulse Policy Secure. This flaw … Read the rest
WordPress has pushed out version 5.3.1 patching four security issues.
WordPress versions 5.3 and earlier contain a few vulnerabilities and the WordPress is recommending users that utilize WordPress to download the the latest version. This is a short-cycle maintenance release … Read the rest
It’s quite a task having to protect a small business from online dangers. The threats that can come across your network are vast and in order to avoid them you should consider having a Simple But Strong Cyber Security Strategy.… Read the rest
Here are some signs your Android phone may have a virus or malware. Remember while the external damage is usually visible, internal damage is usually hidden from view.
Android Malware like virus is known to perform repeated tasks that can … Read the rest
Well as the title implies, Morons Use Public WiFi! Sorry, not Sorry. I am getting straight to the point and ripping off the band-aid. You are a moron if you use public WiFi and its probably not your fault but … Read the rest