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Researchers have discovered a new attack, known as Cross-Device Scripting, that can allow an attacker to compromise most smartphones by injecting malicious code through HTML5-based apps.
Among the addressed vulnerabilities, was a bug affecting WindowServer, which could allow an attacker to execute malicious code outside the sandbox.
The highest-priority Microsoft patch is a cumulative fix that stops attackers from executing malicious code while users browse the web with IE.
Nineteen bugs in web browser engine Webkit were addressed with the update.
iBanking mobile malware was first introduced to the underground market late last year, according to RSA.
With the release of Firefox 24, Mozilla plugs nine vulnerabilities ranked "critical" in its web browser.
Chinese hackers spied on five European ministries' computers by way of a phishing attack at September's G20 Summit, according to new research.
About 55,000 VFW members may have personal information at risk after an attacker seeking military intelligence gained access to a VFW web server.
Experts have discovered new Android malware that sets itself up on a device via drive-by download and allows for remote code execution.
iTunes 11.1.4 for Mac and Windows platforms was released last Wednesday.
Apple's Tuesday update to Safari 7.0.3 and 6.1.3 fixes 27 vulnerabilities, most of which can enable arbitrary code execution.
Now that the cat is out of the bag, members of the Carberp gang may be looking to move on to a new business, researchers say.
The Safari browser update fixes eight arbitrary code execution flaws and a bug that could allow users credentials to be disclosed.
Targeted malware attacks are growing in number, sophistication and severity in the potential damage they can inflict on victims.
The fix updates Adobe Reader XI and Acrobat XI from version 11.0.04 to 11.0.05.
The tech giant addressed numerous bugs in Webkit, a software component that powers its Safari web browser.
The zero-day vulnerability is a remote code execution flaw in Word 2010.
This month's "threat of the month" features a Java exploit that affects versions 7 Update 17 and prior.
Don't hang your hat on enterprise app store security, says Jack Walsh at ICSA Labs.