ASUS Software Update Server Hacked to Distribute Malware

[ March 27, 2019 ] Security researchers today revealed another massive supply chain attack that compromised over 1 million computers manufactured by Taiwan-based tech giant ASUS. A group of state-sponsored hackers last year managed to hijack ASUS Live automatic software update server between June and November 2018 and pushed malicious updates to install backdoors on... Continue Reading →

Latest iOS 12.2 Update Patches Some Serious Security Vulnerabilities

[ March 27, 2019] Apple released iOS 12.2 to patch a total of 51 security vulnerabilities in its mobile operating system that affects iPhone 5s and later, iPad Air and later, and iPod touch 6th generation. A majority of vulnerabilities Apple patched this month reside in its web rendering engine WebKit, which is used by... Continue Reading →

Multiple Vulnerabilities Patched in PuTTY and LibSSH2

[ March 22, 2019 ] PuTTY, an SSH and Telnet client program, and LibSSH2, a client-side C library for the SSH2 protocol, have both received updates fixing multiple vulnerabilities. Seven of the eight PuTTY vulnerabilities were found through the auspices of the EU-FOSSA bug bounty project being operated through HackerOne and Intigriti/Deloitte. Eight vulnerabilities have... Continue Reading →

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