Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about the end of the Patch Tuesday era for most Microsoft customers, the appeals court ruling on Section 215 metadata collection and Dennis’s idea for a security industry commission.
There is a stack buffer overflow in a Rockwell Automation application that’s used to enable communications in industrial control applications used in manufacturing, energy, water,and other environments. The vulnerability is in the RSLinx Classic product and it can be used to crash the application or run arbitrary code. However, the bug is not exploitable remotely […]
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled Thursday that the Patriot Act does not authorize the bulk collection of phone records by the NSA. The ruling undermines the key foundation upon which the federal government’s phone metadata surveillance program is built, Section 215 of the Patriot Act. That program was the […]
Aletter has been sent to members of Congress by a long list of privacy, civil liberties, and human rights organizations asking the legislators to oppose the proposed USA Freedom Act, which would extend Section 215.
More than five percent of all unique IP addresses accessing Google sites included some kind of ad injector software, and there are more than 50,000 of those injector browser extensions in use today, according to new research from Google.
Hospira's Lifecare PCA3 Drug Infusion pumps are susceptible to multiple remotely exploitable vulnerabilities that could not only brick the device but allow an attacker to run commands and put lives in jeopardy.
The idea of needing to disable a computer quickly as the police--or another potential adversary--comes through the door typically has been the concern of criminals. But in today's climate activists, journalists, and others may find themselves wanting to make their laptops unusable in short order, and that's where usbkill comes in.