Posts From Saad Omar

The ICS-CERT illustrated that flwas within Siemen’s molecular imaging products were exploitable while “Siemens is preparing updates for the affected products and recommends protecting network access to the Molecular Imaging products with appropriate mechanisms,” ICS-CERT said in its advisory. “It is

This week, Cisco has released patches for multiple vulnerabilities spanning across a dozen of its products which included two high severity vulnerabilties. The severe vulnerabilties couold allow an attacker to perform a DOS attack or bypass local authentication. The severe

Over the past few years, it was known among cyber criminals that they would buy web extensions, modify them by injecting advertisements into websites to generate revenues. However, in recent events, it has become clear that hackers are currently shifting

Everybody in the cyber world is aware of the infamous WannaCry ransomware attack that occured not too long ago. More then 150 countries were affected including hospitals businesses and telecom providers who were asked to pay between 300-600 dollars for

The report that was released by Human Factor in IT Security: How Employees are Making Businesses Vulnerable from Within, states that employees in 40 percent of businesses across the world hide cyber incident  from upper management in order to avoid punishment. What

According to the 2017 State of CyberSecurity Metrics Report, global companies and governments spend on cyber security more then a hundred billion dollars while 32 percent of the companies are purchasing security technology blindly. On top of that, the more

Finally, by the requests of many, Microsoft has provided a security feature that will be released with the Fall Creators Update. The requested feature known as Pin and Password recovery allows a user to recover his forgotten password directly from

Millions of Samsung products ranging from TVs, smartphones, and cameras are currently running Tizen OS, a Linux based operating system backed by both Samsung Electronics and Intel. A researcher has recently made the claim that Tizen may contain up to