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.
RubyMiner malware plants XMRig on vulnerable systems. Security researchers have discovered malware aimed at Linux and Windows servers running to mine cryptocurrency.
Linux kernel security bug could have led to privilege escalation - fixed after two years as turned out worse than first thought.
The Bashware vulnerability allows attackers to take advantage of built-in Linux shell to bypass security software.
The vulnerability could execute malicious Windows scripts in Linux.
Hackers could remotely execute code via malicious DNS query using Linux distributions that shipped with systemd versions 223 to 233, causing buffer overflow.
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Users are encouraged to install the latest security updates or block the flawed module manually to safeguard enterprise and home use of the OS.
Microsoft patches configuration hole that allowed hackers to upload software packages to its Azure update infrastructure.
Linux users should beware of a recently discovered systemd vulnerability that could shut down a system using a command short enough to send in a tweet.
A bug in Linux has been discovered that could allow a hacker to crash a system with just 48 characters of code.
A Trojan named Linux.Mirai has been found to be carrying out DDoS attacks.
Kaspersky Lab today released an analysis of a newly discovered version of Mokes - a malicious, cross-platform backdoor with spying functionality - this one targeting Apple's OS X operating system.
Researchers at Trend Micro have detected a new rootkit family that is going after Linux systems.
After several weeks of waiting, the update patching the Badlock bug, potentially impacting Windows and Linux systems, was issued today by Samba.org.
A Core Security Consulting researcher found that the SAP Download Manager stores credentials using weak encryption.
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ISO file for free operating system download infected with botnet malware, and user forum details also stolen.
The cyber-espionage group Pawn Storm has been using Fysbis malware as a backdoor that allows the group to infect Linux systems.
A zero-day bug in version 3.8 of Linux can potentially affect millions of Linux computers and servers as well as 66 percent of Android devices.
A newly-discovered privilege-escalation vulnerability in the Linux kernel has once again opened the debate around just how secure the open-source operating system really is.
Google will end support for Chrome on 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise (12.04) and Debian 7 - to "provide the best experience for the most-used Linux versions".
Researchers at Secunia detected nearly 10,000 vulnerabilities in nearly 2,000 products, including Oracle Solaris and IBM i5/OS.
Malware could infect both Linux and Windows but luckily fails to do anything scary. .
Linux Australia president Joshua Hesketh, says that a "malicious individual" had used a RAT to access Linux Australia's main conference database resulting in a data breach.
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"This is more proof that the Apple Mac is nowhere near as resilient to attacks as people think it is" - Nigel Stanley, Incoming Thought analyst