The Extra Mile: Embrace 360-degree security with Brother Cloud Secure PrintTuesday, 29 Mar 2022
(ADV) You can never be too safe when it comes to information security these days, but deployments like Brother's printers do help mitigate risks.
Security researchers have uncovered major vulnerabilities in PDF encryption standardsFriday, 4 Oct 2019
Your encrypted PDF file isn’t safe from prying eyes.
Researchers release details on KNOB security flaw that affects almost all Bluetooth devicesTuesday, 20 Aug 2019
KNOB, KNOB; who's there? Hopefully not a hacker trying to crack your Bluetooth security.
Logitech M185 and other wireless mice are susceptible to keystroke injection attacksTuesday, 19 Mar 2019
According to security researcher David Sopas, the popular Logitech M185 and other wireless mice are vulnerable to the MouseJack keystroke injection attack.
Update your copy of WinRAR now as hackers have begun to exploit its critical vulnerabilityMonday, 18 Mar 2019
Update your copy of WinRAR now as hackers have begun to exploit its critical vulnerability!
A WinRAR security flaw may put over 500 million users at riskThursday, 21 Feb 2019
A WinRAR security flaw may put over 500 million users at risk
A zero-day security flaw in macOS Mojave has been shared publicly by a German security researcherFriday, 8 Feb 2019
A zero-day security flaw in macOS Mojave has been shared publicly by a German security researcher
AMI BIOS Source Code and UEFI Signing Key Found on Public FTP ServerTuesday, 9 Apr 2013
The source code of different versions of AMI firmware and a unique UEFI signing test key were found on an unsecured FTP server. As such, such a security leak may have grave implications for desktop systems that feature motherboards that operate on the AMI UEFI BIOS.
Oracle's Latest Security Patch for Java Not 100% FoolproofMonday, 21 Jan 2013
Last week, Oracle released an out-of-band emergency update to address vulnerability issues in its Java software framework. However, its efforts seemed in vain as security researchers pointed out that new vulnerabilities had been found as the patch failed to address the root cause of the problem.
Security Firm Finds Multiple Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Windows 8 and IE10Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012
Researchers at Vupen Security, a private security firm that is based in France, claimed that they have uncovered multiple zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows 8 and IE10. These security flaws may potentially allow cybercriminals to gain control of a Windows 8 machine remotely.