A security researcher, Bhavesh Naik, has discovered cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability on Bing maps and from the looks of it the vulnerability is both reflective as well as persistent.
One of the most popular ad platforms suffers from a zero-day vulnerability which if not patch may allow subset of its users to inject arbitrary code.
Rather than security users’ systems from security issues, the new updates are causing havoc by either reminding users to install the patches even if installed or messing up their Outlook 2013.
Towards the end of its life Windows XP is getting a couple of critical security fixes alongside its younger siblings.
Lax security in Samsung DVRs can be bypassed using a simple technique of putting arbitrary cookie in HTTP requests.
Microsoft is urging users to upgrade to Windows 7 or Window 8 to avoid the barrage of zero-days that may follow after Windows XP support ends.
Google has not only managed to close more than 2000 security bugs in Chromium browser and web apps but, also saved a great deal of money by crowdsourcing security flaw-finding.
After Huawei and ZTE, Lenovo gets booted from list of preferred vendors by security agencies of five countries including US and the UK.
Google’s latest gadget exploited in less than a week
HP has confirmed the presence of undocumented administrative account in its StoreVirtual range of products and has promised a patch by July 17 that will close off the access.