Attackers used a flaw in the internet forum software vBulletin to breach 11 websites, exposing personal information of 27 million accounts.
Admins scramble to patch HTTP proxy header flaw, Httpoxy, that leaks data via PHP, Go and Python scripts running in a CGI environment.
Researchers have discovered a vulnerability in Microsoft's EMET security tool that can be used against itself to shut it down.
Microsoft security patch causes users to lose customised templates and safe macros, leaving cyber-security commentators shaking their heads that the software giant could make such a newbie mistake.
Hard-coded username allowed access to the McAfee Enterprise Security Manager as master user without authentication or password.
Another likely serious flaw has been discovered in Android, this time it affects the ability to multitask.
Another critical flaw has been uncovered that affects almost all Android devices
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