Security researchers have stumbled upon a new variant of the Pushdo malware, which despite several takedown efforts has proved to be quite resilient and stubborn.
Web Application Security Consortium (WASC) has announced the release of Static Analysis Technologies Evaluation Criteria – a set of criteria that would enable security professionals involved in procurement of code analysis technologies to evaluate the technology though a vendor-neutral set of guidelines.
Researchers over at McAfee Labs have uncovered a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader contained in every version of the PDF reader including the latest Reader XI (11.0.2).
Exploit for one of the dozens of critical vulnerabilities patched through Java 7 Update 21 by Oracle last week has already started appearing in the wild and has reportedly found its way into different exploit kits.
A family of malware library dubbed ‘BadNews’, posing as an advertising network, has been downloaded from the Google Play over 9 million times, security researchers have claimed.
The Pirate Bay co-founder, Gottfrid Svartholm, has found himself surrounded by fresh charges of hacking into several companies including a bank alongside three other suspects.
WordPress blogs are reportedly under a large scale ‘brute force’ attack from unidentified hackers it has been revealed and administrators using weak; default; easy to guess passwords are recommended to update their passwords by adding complexity to them.
Ubisoft’s uPlay is seemingly riddled with some vulnerability which Russian hackers have successfully exploited thereby gaining completely free access to the not yet released Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Harmonix, the game development studio behind Rock Band and Dance Central, has announced that it has taken its servers offline for the weekend following an attack from the outside.