libModSecurity aka ModSecurity version 3.0 is out there. libModSecurity starts a new era in terms of ModSecurity extensibility. The modular architecture provides flexibility to extend ModSecurity core with scripting languages and from scripting languages. Facilitating work such as: UI integration,...

Happy 2018 everyone! January's Patch Tuesday will ease you into the new year with just 23 CVEs patched. Historically January has always been a light patch month. The release patches one CVE each that's rated "Critical", "Moderate" and "Low". The...

By the time you get to your hotel, you’ve waited at the airport, on the plane and in transit. Checking into your room may also mean a wait — but not if your hotel offers mobile check-in and a digital room key.

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You have probably heard the news of new vulnerabilities that affect most major chipsets, including Intel, Arm, and AMD. This means that the vulnerability affects nearly everyone who owns a computing device. What is the vulnerability? The vulnerability affects how...

Five trillion dollars in U.S. retail spending is very attractive to cybercriminals. The large volumes of financial data continuously processed by payment and retail vendors is highly valued and can provide criminals with easy payouts.

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A week ago, the author of BrickerBot claimed that they retired and published their manifesto along with some source code of their bot. In the manifesto, they wrote: "Take a look at the number of payloads, 0-days and techniques and...

Like good old Microsoft Office Macros, Compiled HTML (CHM) Help files have been utilized by malware authors for more than a decade to sneak malicious downloader code into files making them harder to detect. CHMs are a Microsoft proprietary online...

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