The SYS01 infection chain uses DLL sideloading to steal information. Learn how to protect your business from this cybersecurity threat. Image: SomYuZu/Adobe Stock Morphisec, a security solution provider based in Israel, has reported that an advanced information stealer malware dubbed SYS01 is aimed at stealing access to Facebook business accounts . . . Read more
05 Dec, 2022
chrome, Chromium, CVE-2022-4262, Edge, google, Google Chrome, Microsoft, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
Ninth more unto the breach, dear friends, ninth more.
29 Oct, 2022
0-day, chrome, Chromium, CVE-2022-3723, Edge, Exploit, google, Google Chrome, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
We’ve said it before/And we’ll say it again/It’s not *if* you should patch/It’s a matter of *when*. (Hint: now!)
CVE-2022-1096 – another mystery in-the-wild 0-day in Chrome… check your version now!
Calling all website coders: Y2K was then. V1H is now!
Zero-day buses: none for a while, then three at once. Here’s Google joining Apple and Adobe in “zero-day week”
04 Mar, 2021
0-day, Bug, chrome, Chromium, Exploit, google, Google Chrome, patch, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
by Paul Ducklin Almost exactly a month ago, or a couple of days under an average month given that February was the short one, we warned of a zero-day bug in Google’s Chromium browser code. Patch now, we said. And we’re saying it again, following Google’s otherwise cheery release of . . . Read more
by Paul Ducklin Google, whose Project Zero bug-hunting team is often surprisingly vocal when describing and discussing software vulnerabilities, has taken a very quiet approach to a just-patched bug in its Chrome browser. In this case, the low-key announcement is understandable, because the patch fixes a hole that cybercrooks are . . . Read more
04 Nov, 2020
Android, chrome, Chromium, CVE-2020-16010, Exploit, google, Google Chrome, Security News, Vulnerability, zero day
Another week, another Chrome zero-day, this time on your phone.