Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes 13 critical flaws, including 4 under active attack

The latest Patch Tuesday brings a new batch of security updates addressing a total of 117 vulnerabilities. The second Tuesday of the month is here, which means that Microsoft has rolled out patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and its other products as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday bundle. This month’s batch of security updates brings … More Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes 13 critical flaws, including 4 under active attack

Google fixes actively exploited Chrome zero‑day

The latest Chrome update patches a bumper crop of security flaws across the browser’s desktop versions. Google has rolled out an update for its Chrome web browser to fix a bunch of security flaws, including a zero-day vulnerability that is known to be actively exploited by threat actors. The bugs affect the Windows, macOS, and … More Google fixes actively exploited Chrome zero‑day

Apple fixes macOS zero‑day bug that let malware take secret screenshots

You would do well to update to macOS Big Sur 11.4 post-haste. Apple has rolled out updates to address a bevy of security flaws, including three zero-day vulnerabilities that are being actively exploited in the wild. Two of the loopholes affect tvOS used for the Apple TV 4k and Apple TV HD offerings, whereas the … More Apple fixes macOS zero‑day bug that let malware take secret screenshots

Does your young gamer play it safe? Six tips that will keep them well-protected

Twenty years ago, playing a game with players from the other side of the globe was just a dream. For today’s kids, this is the reality that is only a few clicks away. But cooperating or competing with complete strangers, who children know only by their nicknames, carries its risks. Although most online players are … More Does your young gamer play it safe? Six tips that will keep them well-protected

Exchange servers under siege from at least 10 APT groups

ESET Research has found LuckyMouse, Tick, Winnti Group, and Calypso, among others, are likely using the recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities to compromise email servers all around the world. ESET Research has discovered that more than ten different advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are exploiting the recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities to compromise email servers. ESET has … More Exchange servers under siege from at least 10 APT groups