Zero-Day Flash Player Vulnerability Fixed After Being Exploited In the Wild

Adobe has once again patched a serious flaw in the Flash Player that has been exploited in the wild. This

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IBM Db2 Vulnerabilities Left IBM Database Installations At Risk Of Hacks

IBM patched a couple of serious vulnerabilities in the previous week in their Db2 database installations. These IBM Db2 vulnerabilities

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Sennheiser Headphones Vulnerability Could Allow HTTPS Site Spoofing

Sennheiser has recently patched a serious vulnerability in its headphone software. As discovered by the researchers, the vulnerability could allow

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Webex Meetings Desktop App Vulnerability Existed Even After Patch

Last month, Cisco patched a command injection vulnerability in its Webex Meeting App. The vulnerability could allow arbitrary command execution

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Hackers Could Exploit A Zoom App Vulnerability To Disrupt Conferences

The customers of Zoom conferencing app need to update their apps at the earliest to protect themselves from hackers. As

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Another Zero-Day Vulnerability Hits NUUO Surveillance Cameras

A couple of months ago, a zero-day vulnerability, named Peekaboo, threatened NUUO surveillance cameras. The vulnerability could allow an attacker

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Manipulating Digital Mammograms Via Artificial Intelligence May Cause Misdiagnosis

Mammography has been a critical procedure for diagnosing breast cancer. Yet, at the same time, the exposure to radiations has

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EternalSilence – New Variant Of UPnProxy Exploit Discovered Affecting 45,000 Routers

Earlier this year, Akamai researchers discovered a UPnProxy attack targeting thousands of routers. Now, after so many months, they have found

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Synthetic Fingerprints Make Biometric/Fingerprint Recognition Systems Vulnerable

From smartphone lock systems to identity verification, people consider fingerprint scans a viable method of security. However, scientists have figured

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