Two implementations of the Kerberos authentication protocol received patches this week against a vulnerability dubbed “Orpheus’ Lyre” that allowed a threat actor to bypass authentication procedures. Researchers tracked down the flaw to Kerberos versions released in 1996. The bug affects

One of the favourite pieces of software for malicious hackers to target on users’ computers is Adobe Flash Player. Why? Well, there are a few reasons. Firstly, Adobe Flash Player is on an awful lot of computers. Many users may

Millions of Android phones are at risk of being remotely hacked due to a security flaw called Broadpwn. Broadpwn is linked to a flaw in Broadcom WiFi chips and also affects iOS devices. Google has issued out a patch to

Security researchers have found a critical vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2017-7526, in a Gnu Privacy Guard (aka (GnuPG or GPG) cryptographic library that allowed them cracking RSA-1024 and extract the RSA key to decrypt data. Linux users need to check out

Two critical vulnerabilities have been patched by Siemens. The first one is related to Intel AMT (Active Management Technology) which is a function of certain Intel processors. The vulnerability allows an attacker to gain system privileges. The second vulnerability allows

Cisco patched three vulnerabilities in three products this week that if exploited, could have resulted in a denial of service, crash, and in some instances, arbitrary and remote code execution. According to security advisories published Wednesday, each of the vulnerabilities

OpenVPN has this week patched four vulnerabilities, including a critical remote code execution bug, a little more than a month after the results of two security audits of the open source VPN software were published. The patches were released after private disclosures

Mozilla Firefox, one of the most popular web browser used across the globe has recently released a patch to fix 32 vulnerabilities in Firefox 54, the latest flagship of the browser. One of the bugs that were fixed was a