Most Recent Articles by Adam Greenberg
An intruder initially gained access to an Ars Technica web server and was then able to access a more central machine using information from a "poorly located" backup file.
The vulnerability can enable attackers to steal credentials and personal and business data, as well as infect machines with malware.
An employee with PhishMe was targeted by a crafty phishing email, allowing researchers to analyze an innovative attack that results in a malware infection.
Attackers exploiting a bug in the Slider Revolution plugin to compromise WordPress websites with malware may also be targeting zero-day vulnerabilities in Firefox and Internet Explorer 11.
A researcher identified a cross-site scripting vulnerability affecting the Citibank website, which has yet to be patched.
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