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Category: Latest Vulnerabilities

New iPhone and Mac-book camera hack

By Devashish Soni 0 Comment April 4, 2020

If you are using iPhone, MacBook or Apple, here is a piece of alarming news for you Turns out that merely visiting a website — not just malicious one also the legitimate sites unknowingly loading malicious ads on them can give access to your device’s location, microphone, your camera, and in some cases, saved passwords […]

Unpatched Security Vulnerability Affects All Windows Versions

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 25, 2020

Microsoft released a new advisory for the safety of billions of Windows users on two critical, unpatched zero day flaw that could allow hackers to take full control of targeted computers. According to Microsoft, the unpatched vulnerabilities can affect all supported versions of the Windows operating system including Windows 10, 8.1 and Server 2008, 2012, […]

VMware Fixes Critical Vulnerability Affecting VMware Workstation Pro

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 21, 2020

VMware fixed Critical Vulnerability Reportedly, the vulnerability which was existed was targeting guest to host interaction. In particular, the bug allowed guest apps to issue commands to hosts. VMware emphasized that a critical vulnerability (CVE-2020-3947) exists in Workstation and Fusion. The vendors have claimed it a critical bug with a CVSS score of 9.3. The […]

New Strain of Ransomware dubbed PXJ discovered

By Aneesh A S 0 Comment March 19, 2020

Researchers from IBM X-Force warn of a new malware strain called PXJ Ransomware which first emerged in early 2020. The new ransomware affecting Windows Operating Systems , behaves with common ransomware functions, though it does not appear to share the same underlying code with most other ransomware strains. The researchers spotted the ransomware for the […]

Cookiethief:- A Cookie Stealing Malware For Android

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 17, 2020

A new but dangerous version of Android malware has been discovered that steals users authentication cookies from web browsers and other applications, including Chrome and Facebook, which are installed on compromised devices. The malware is called “Cookiethief” which is commonly known as Kaspersky Trojan which works by retrieving the root privileges on the target device, […]

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