When Apple's iPhone hits the streets this week, two things are likely: It'll be widely successful - as Apple's other consumer products have been - and it'll pose unknown risks to enterprise networks wherever it shows up.
Analysis of the WanaCrypt0r 2.0 ransomware that bedeviled enterprise across the globe this past weekend has reportedly turned up potential links to the alleged North Korean hacking institution known as the Lazarus Group.
Microsoft released six patches covering 11 vulnerabilities on July's Patch Tuesday, including "critical" fixes impacting Active Directory on Windows 2000 and 2003 Server and .Net Framework products. In all, Microsoft rated eight of the 11 now-patched vulnerabilities as critical.
Ten days after privately disclosing an actively exploited, critical Windows vulnerability to Microsoft Corporation, Google's Threat Analysis Group went public with the flaw, despite the lack of a patch.