One Million Devices Open to Wormable Microsoft BlueKeep Flaw

Researchers have discovered one million devices that are vulnerable to a “wormable” Microsoft flaw, which could open the door to a WannaCry-like cyberattack. One million devices are still vulnerable to BlueKeep, a critical Microsoft bug with “wormable” capabilities, almost two weeks Read More …

19-Year Old WinRAR RCE Vulnerability Gets Micropatch Which Keeps ACE Support

A micropatch was released to fix a 19-year old arbitrary code execution vulnerability impacting 500 million users of the WinRAR compression tool and to keep ACE support after the app’s devs removed it when they patched the security issue. Nadav Grossman from Check Point Software Technologies was Read More …

Use Windows, macOS? Don’t be hacked by PDF, patch these critical Adobe flaws now

Adobe’s scheduled October update for its Acrobat and Reader PDF software addresses 85 vulnerabilities, including dozens of critical flaws that allow arbitrary code execution. The patches also address multiple privilege-escalation and information-disclosure flaws, shoring up Adobe’s PDF software further following Read More …

Recent Windows ALPC zero-day has been exploited in the wild for almost a week

Two days after a security researcher released details and proof-of-concept code about an unpatched Windows zero-day, one malware group had already incorporated the vulnerability in their exploit chain and was attempting to infect users around the globe. The zero-day used Read More …