Mozilla rushes out patch for Firefox zero‑day

The US cybersecurity agency warns that the critical vulnerability could allow attackers to take control of people’s computers. Mozilla has rolled out a new version of its Firefox web browser to address a critical zero-day vulnerability that has been abused for targeted attacks. Details about the flaw and its exploitation are rather sparse, however. What little is … More Mozilla rushes out patch for Firefox zero‑day

Google slapped with €4.34bn fine by EU over antitrust violations

Tech giant has 90 days to comply with ruling or faces further penalties over ‘anti-competitive’ practices. European antitrust regulators fined Google a record €4.34 billion ($5 billion) for being in breach of EU antitrust rules. The landmark fine was imposed on Google on Wednesday after the European Union (EU) found that the tech giant required … More Google slapped with €4.34bn fine by EU over antitrust violations

Certificates stolen from Taiwanese tech-companies misused in Plead malware campaign

D-Link and Changing Information Technologies code-signing certificates stolen and abused by highly skilled cyberespionage group focused on East Asia, particularly Taiwan. ESET researchers have discovered a new malware campaign misusing stolen digital certificates. We spotted this malware campaign when our systems marked several files as suspicious. Interestingly, the flagged files were digitally signed using a valid … More Certificates stolen from Taiwanese tech-companies misused in Plead malware campaign