Vulnerabilities & Flaws
A new credit card-stealing attack is underway on the eBay Magento e-commerce platform, which is used by more than 240,000 businesses worldwide.
Security industry calls on organisations to ditch vulnerable browser plug-in as yet another zero-day flaw hits flash
Researchers at NowSecure have uncovered a vulnerability in the stock keyboard that is pre-installed on 600 million Samsung devices, including the new Galaxy S6, that can apparently enable a remote arbitrary code execution attack.
Fresh from paying out US$ 1.5 million (£960,000) to security researchers who found bugs in the Chrome browser and other products last year, Google is expanding its bounty rewards programme so to include its Android operating system and devices running on it.
German security researcher Maxim Rupp has discovered numerous security flaws with solar lighting systems and wind turbines which, if maliciously exploited by an attacker, could result in disrupting energy supplies.
Old malware variants, the Zeus Trojan and the Conficker computer worm, remain a huge problem for most UK companies, according to CERT-UK's first annual report.
A new report into the ethics of security professionals reveals some eye-opening findings on hidden data breaches, and how incidents are being used to push for bigger budgets.
Older operating systems are considerably more vulnerable and users put themselves at greater risk of security breaches says the latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report
The latest ICYMI column looks at the latest WordPress XSS flaw, costly data breaches and the return of the controversial "Snooper's Charter".
Anyone reading the news headlines on the Venom flaw over the last 24 hours might be forgiven for thinking that the sky, or at least the cloud, is falling down.
WordPress rushes out security update to fix flaw
Ben Harknet says security teams need to develop an effective external threat management programme as a core component of their overall security capability to deal with broken SSL certificates and third party app vulnerabilities.
Bug bounties often get results quicker than in-house teams and pen testers - but concerns remain that there may be unintended consequences.
This week's ICYMI column looks at the top stories on SC from the last week, from the breach blame game and Anonymous hackers to the discovery and patching of critical SSL and Magento flaws.
Vulnerability testing by CERT found tens of thousands of Androd apps are vulnerable and no full register exists as they don't all get CVE assigned.
eBay's e-commerce platform Magento has a critical remote code execution (RCE) flaw, which could be used by hackers to remotely compromise up to 200,000 online stores in order to steal credit card details and personal information.
Experts say botched patch leaves tens of millions of Mac OS X devices vulnerable to hijack.
This vulnerability, if left unpatched, affects every flavour of Windows utilising the IIS services version 6+ to support web sites.
With the UK general election only weeks away now, a security flaw has surfaced in the Australian state of New South Wales that may have left votes susceptible to interception and manipulation.
A new generation of vulnerabilities that threaten WordPress users revolve around various plugins for the blogging platform report researchers.
Security researchers at Ben Gurion University in Israel have continued their examination of security on air-gapped PCs, finding that they can be compromised using specially-designed malware measuring tiny fluctuations in heat.
The OpenSSL group has patched numerous flaws with the release of OpenSSL versions 1.0.2a, 1.0.1m, 1.0.0r and 0.9.8zf, including a "high severity" bug which, fortunately, is not as serious as Heartbleed or Poodle.