From a backdoor placed in the Webmin utility to vulnerability disclosure drama around zero-days in Valve’s Steam gaming clients, Threatpost breaks down this week’s top stories.
Security researchers at Pen Test Partners have found a privilege escalation flaw in the much-maligned Lenovo Solution Center software.
Six bugs found in Cisco’s Unified Computing System gear and its 220 Series Smart switches can allow unauthenticated remote hackers to take over equipment.
Backdoor was intentionally planted in 2018 and found during the DEF CON 2019 security conference when researchers stumbled upon malicious code.
Apple accidentally re-introduced a vulnerability in its latest operating system, iOS 12.4, that had been previously fixed in iOS 12.3.
From the biometrics of one million being exposed, to new Microsoft Bluekeep threats, Threatpost discusses the top news of the week.
Researchers said that clickjacking is a threat that’s evolving, with new tactics just starting to emerge.
A publicly accessible database exposed the fingerprints and facial recognition information of millions, thrusting biometrics security into the spotlight once again.
A vulnerability in British Airways’ e-ticketing system could enable a bad actor to view passengers’ personal data or change their booking information.
Session shows how researchers found multiple vulnerability in Canon firmware that can be used in a malware attack.