LastPass has fixed three bugs in the password manager discovered by Google research Tavis Ormandy in the last 24 hours.
Cloudflare said it could not find evidence of malicious exploitation of the Cloudbleed vulnerability, even though the bug was triggered 1.2 million times.
Google’s security researchers disclosed details of an unpatched Microsoft vulnerability in its Edge and Internet Explorer browsers.
This month has yet been kind of interesting for cyber security researchers, with Google successfully cracked SHA1 and the discovery of Cloudbleed bug in Cloudflare that caused the leakage of sensitive information across sites hosted behind Cloudflare.
Besides this, Google last week disclosed an unpatched vulnerability in Windows Graphics Device Interface (GDI) library, which affects
Cisco has fixed a vulnerability in its WebEx extension for Chrome that allowed for remote code execution on computers running the plugin.
Why waiting for researchers and bug hunters to know vulnerabilities in your products, when you can just throw a contest for that.
Google has launched its own Android hacking contest with the first prize winner receiving $200,000 in cash.
That’s a Hefty Sum!
The contest is a way to find and destroy dangerous Android vulnerabilities before hackers exploit them in the wild.
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Weeks after a serious problem in the Chromodo browser were disclosed, Google’s Project Zero disclosed a separate privilege escalation issue in Comodo Internet Security introduced by the GeekBuddy support app.
Security vendor Comodo has been caught in an embarrassing gaffe. The Chromodo browser installed by default with Comodo Internet Security disables the same-origin policy.
Exploit acquisition company Zerodium announced it would pay up to $100,000 for heap isolation mitigation bypasses against Adobe Flash Player.
Adobe is expected tomorrow to patch a Flash zero day vulnerability uncovered among the data stolen in the Hacking Team breach.