nullcon Information Security Conference 8Bit, Goa 2017

nullcon‍ was founded in 2010 with the idea of providing an integrated platform for exchanging information on the latest attack vectors, zero day vulnerabilities and...

United Airlines awards hackers millions of miles for reporting bugs

United Airlines  has awarded “millions of frequent flier miles” to hackers who have found out gaps in the carrier's web security, in a first...

Bug in the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio Makes Developer Lose $6,500

Carlo van Wyk, a South African web developer, said that he lost $6,500 (£4,250) in just a few hours because of a flaw in...

Do you need to care about your privacy online

Privacy is dead, right? Facebook knows everything about your life, and the world is still turning. Whether you don’t mind The post Do you need...

YISPECTER: Jailbreak, No Longer a Pre-Requisite for malware attacks

YISPECTER; a new iOS malware that is capable of attacking both jail-broken and non-jailbroken apple devices has been detected, which abuses private APIs and...

Vulnerability found in Apple devices that puts your password at risk

A group of security researchers have come forward with startling news that passwords and other data on your Apple devices might not be safe....

Valve fixes a bug which allowed hackers to access its users account

Valve’s Steam, an American video game development and digital distribution company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, United States which has millions of accounts all over...

Developer finds unpatched exploit in OS X 10.10.5

Luca Todesco, a developer, has found a loophole in the OS X 10.10.5 update released by Apple that can get a hacker root access...

Mozilla patches severe vulnerabilities in its Bugzilla bug tracking system

Mozilla confirmed on September 4 that an attacker, stole its security-sensitive vulnerability information from its Bugzilla bug tracking system and then he got accessed...

Researchers discover flaws in Kaspersky and FireEye

Researchers have disclosed flaws in products from antivirus software vendors like Kaspersky and FireEye that could be exploited by malicious hackers.Tavis Ormandy, a security...

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