The critical vulnerability could also be exploited via a malicious Microsoft Office document. Microsoft has shipped out a fix for a critical flaw in Internet Explorer (IE) that is being exploited in the wild. Tracked as CVE-2019-1429, the vulnerability is part of this month’s batch of regular security updates known as Patch Tuesday. The zero-day … More Microsoft issues patch for Internet Explorer zero‑day
While we are supposedly in the era of the paperless office, intentional leaks via printed documents remain very common and can be just as damaging as their digital counterparts. While most of us realize the necessity of paper, do we recognize the risks of unauthorized viewing or document removal from the worksite? Data loss – … More Securing printed data in the ‘paperless’ office
During the first half of this year, ESET has observed an increase in the number of detections of Nymaim, a long-known malware family whose prevalence has fallen markedly since 2014. Back in 2013, WeLiveSecurity published a series of articles about this malware, in which we describe its kill chain and evasion techniques, as well as the … More Nymaim rides again in 2016 and reaches Brazil
Expert insight into BlackEnergy attacks in Ukraine, thoughts on Microsoft ending support for older versions of Internet Explorer and the implications of the third-party Fitbit hack on the Internet of Things … we’ve got you covered for all the important security stories from the past seven days. Insight into the BlackEnergy attack on Ukrainian energy … More The security review: BlackEnergy, Internet Explorer and Fitbit
By now you should be settled back at work after the holiday break. Are you ready for 2016? I hope you’re sitting comfortably, because from the security point of view it’s bound to be a bumpy ride. Microsoft Yesterday was the second Tuesday of the month and you know what that means – Patch Tuesday … More Security holes found in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Adobe… Start patching now!