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  1. Today
  2. The cross-site scripting flaw could enable arbitrary code execution, information disclosure - and even account takeover. View the full article
  3. Researchers disclosed flaws in Amazon Alexa that could allow attackers to access personal data and install skills on Echo devices. View the full article
  4. This post is originally published on Designmodo: 10 Years of Designmodo: Highs, Lows, Lessons and Inspiration Designmodo turns 10 years old in August 2020! 🥳 All this time, I’ve never shared what happens behind the scenes here. It’s been an amazing journey – so I’ve decided to share how the company came to be what it … For more information please contact Designmodo View the full article
  5. Yesterday
  6. Citrix said that it anticipates malicious actors "will move quickly to exploit" two critical flaws in its mobile device management software. View the full article
  7. Last week
  8. One of the two zero-day bugs is rated ‘critical’ and is classified as a remote code-execution bug impacting Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. View the full article
  9. A critical privilege-escalation flaw affects several popular Intel motherboards, server systems and compute modules. View the full article
  10. Adobe patched critical and important-severity flaws tied to 26 CVEs in Acrobat and Reader. View the full article
  11. Four critical-severity flaws were recently disclosed in the Find My Mobile feature of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, which if exploited could allow attackers to force a factory reset on the phones or spy on users. View the full article
  12. Three separate proof-of-concepts on Bash, Python and Ruby posted to outsmart fix issued last year to remedy pre-auth RCE bug. View the full article
  13. The vulnerability allows attackers to bypass Content Security Policy (CSP) protections and steal data from website visitors. View the full article
  14. Remote, unauthenticated attackers could exploit the TeamViewer flaw to execute code and crack victims' passwords. View the full article
  15. Researchers identified serious flaws in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoC and the Hexagon architecture that impacts nearly half of Android handsets. View the full article
  16. Legacy applications don't support modern authentication -- and cybercriminals know this. View the full article
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  19. An inside look at how nation-states use social media to influence, confuse and divide -- and why cybersecurity researchers should be involved. View the full article
  20. Earlier
  21. Researchers went into detail about the discovery and disclosure of 19 security flaws they found in Mercedes-Benz vehicles, which have all been fixed. View the full article
  22. Cisco recently patched the high-severity flaw, which could allow remote, unauthenticated attackers to launch DoS attacks against its popular small business switches. View the full article
  23. Voting machine technology seller Election Systems & Software (ES&S) offered an olive branch to security researchers with new safe harbor terms and vulnerability disclosure policies at Black Hat USA 2020. View the full article
  24. A vulnerability in Twitter for Android could have allowed attackers to access private direct messages (DMs) and other data. View the full article
  25. Voting Village security celeb Matt Blaze delves into the logistics of scaling up mail-in voting ahead of November's election. View the full article
  26. Google addressed high-severity and critical flaws tied to 54 CVEs in this month's Android security bulletin. View the full article
  27. An attacker can hide amidst legitimate traffic in the application's update function. View the full article
  28. An XSS bug and a PHP object-injection vulnerability are present in a plugin used by hundreds of thousands of websites. View the full article
  29. Almost two months after a high-severity flaw was disclosed - and seven months after it was first reported - Netgear has yet to issue fixes for 45 of its router models. View the full article
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