Suse developer Aleksa Sarai has uncovered a bug in the way that the container framework handles path names.
Hugely popular news aggregation site Flipboard – one billion app downloads from Google Play and counting – has become the latest internet company to admit it has suffered a breach.
“…nation-state actors have demonstrated intent and capability to leverage VPN services and vulnerable users for malicious purposes.”
A name-and-shame database is supposed to “save” husbands from wives who have appeared on porn sites.
A Monero cryptominer made a home on an Apache Tomcat server and just wouldn’t stay away.
Police close their investigation, concluding that New Zealand’s “wellbeing” budget wasn’t hacked.
An internet-wide scan has revealed almost one million devices vulnerable to CVE-2019-0708.
“We had access to the grade book. Now we could change the grades.”
Now it’s easier for attackers to produce deepfakes, even if the target doesn’t have much existing footage. Like the Mona Lisa.
The defendants allegedly pulled in over $1.3 million over the course of about six years for unnecessary and undelivered tech support.