Dozens of vulnerabilities discovered in DoD’s enterprise travel system, what Apple hiding with iOS 11.4, Git repository vulnerability leds to remote code execution attacks, and feeling for Kaspersky.
- Study shows admins are doing a terrible job of patching servers – OMG, I can’t: According to the study, open-source components were found in 96% of the applications the company scanned last year – That’s because people without open-source software don’t buy products like Black Duck
- Building Blocks for a Threat Hunting Program
- Dozens of Vulnerabilities Discovered in DoD’s Enterprise Travel System
- Acoustic attacks can blue-screen Windows PCs
- What is Apple hiding with iOS 11.4?
- Git repository vulnerability leads to remote code execution attacks
- Bromium Secure Platform 4.1 Boosts Virtualization-Based Security
- Judge Tosses Kaspersky Lab Suits Against US Government Ban
- Resetting Your Router the Paranoid (=Right) Way
- Hacker Defaces Ticketfly’s Website, Steals Customer Database A hacker took control of Ticketfly’s website and claims to have stolen the company’s customer database.’
- New GDPR law DOESN’T apply to EU – after ’embarrassing’ leak on website Brussels says new GDPR law DOESN’T apply to EU – after ’embarrassing’ leak on [gov] website
- Sonic and ultrasonic attacks damage hard drives and crash OSes Attackers can cause potentially harmful hard drive and operating system crashes by playing sounds over low-cost speakers embedded in computers