Apple addressed a bevy of security bugs late last week, after issuing updated versions of its current operating systems, Safari browser and several core apps, as well as security enhancements for two older OS offerings.
Researchers have found that browsers like Chrome and Firefox store a great deal of visitor information, much of which can be easily discovered and taken by cyber-criminals.
Drive-by cryptomining campaigns were spotted targeting millions of Android devices via infected apps and malicious browser redirects.
Google recently announced that the Chrome browser will soon start flagging every site not using HTTPS encryption as "not secure."
Mozilla patched an unsanitised output flaw in its Firefox browser user interface that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Google's latest stable channel update for the Chrome browser on Windows, Mac and Linux desktop machines includes fixes for 53 security issues, including three high-severity vulnerabilities.
Tor Browser 7.5 has been released this week complete with a bunch of security fixes that have already been rolled out to the Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) 52.6 client it is built upon.
Malicious Chrome and Firefox extensions that block their removal in order to hijack a user's browser to drive clicks up on YouTube videos and hijack searchers are automatically infecting user devices.
A new drive-by cryptominer is using a unique technique which allows malicious site owners and threat actors to keep mining Monero even after closing their browser windows.
Firefox is testing out a warning system that will notify users when they visit breached sites and offer the option to be notified if a site they previously visited becomes breached in the future.
Google project zero team researcher Ivan Fratric discovered 31 bugs in the DOM engines of Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefoxand Chrome browsers.
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Mozilla issued two security advisories covering Firefox and Firefox ESR that between them contain 33 security patches, five rated as critical.
Tencent, a major chinese web browser with millions of users around the world, has been found leaking data with which users can be identified, tracked and attacked.
The Baidu browser for Android and Windows has been shown by Toronto-based CitizenLab to not only collect the personal information of its users and send it back to the company's servers but do so with weak, or nonexistent, encryption.
Mozilla has issued security advisories announcing key updates to its Firefox browser and the Firefox Extended Support Release, both of which fixed vulnerabilities that the open-source developer labeled as critical.