Mac users are being urged to update to macOS Big Sur 11.3 as at least one threat group is exploiting the zero-day bug to sneak past the operating system’s built-in security mechanisms. Apple has rolled out an update for its macOS Big Sur operating system to address a bevy of security flaws, including a vulnerability that could … More Apple patches severe macOS security flaw
The latest update patches a total of five vulnerabilities affecting the browser’s desktop versions. Google has rolled out an update for its Chrome web browser that fixes five security flaws, including a zero-day vulnerability that is known to be actively exploited by malicious actors. The bugs affect the Windows, macOS, and Linux versions of the … More Google fixes Chrome zero‑day bug exploited in the wild
The updates come on the heels of news of attacks exploiting another zero-day in Chrome in tandem with a previously-unknown Windows flaw. Two weeks after patching an actively-exploited vulnerability affecting Chrome for desktop, Google is squashing another zero-day bug in the browser’s version for Windows, macOS, and Linux, as well as pushing out an update for Chrome … More Google squashes two more Chrome bugs under active attacks
In 2018, ESET launched ESET Enterprise Inspector (EEI), a sophisticated Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) tool that monitors endpoint activity for suspicious processes and executables, and triggers alarms based on specific rules. EDR tools are a vital component of any enterprise security portfolio, monitoring endpoint events in order to ensure that no threat, no matter … More Version 1.4 of the ESET Enterprise Inspector: What’s new?
A new attack method enables bad actors to access data on a locked computer via an evil maid attack within 5 minutes. Millions of computers sporting Intel’s Thunderbolt ports are open to hands-on hacking attempts due to vulnerabilities in this hardware interface, according to research by Björn Ruytenberg, a security researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology … More Thunderbolt flaws open millions of PCs to physical hacking