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Android ES File Explorer open port vulnerability divulged

A French cybersecurity researcher is reporting that Android ES File Explorer app can allow others on your local network to remotely access a file on your phone. The app, which has more than 100 million Android installs and is designed to allow for the management of all varieties of file types, has a major open…
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Google updates Chrome for desktop, Android

Google yesterday issued a stable channel update for the desktop version of its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac and Linux, addressing a high-level vulnerability in the process. The bug, CVE-2018-17481, is a use after free flaw in PDFium that was originally repaired in an earlier Chrome release. However, yesterday’s update to version 71.0.3578.98 introduces additional…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Mozilla exorcises five bugs on Halloween

The Mozilla Foundation yesterday issued updates for its Firefox and Thunderbird products, fixing a total of five vulnerabilities, one critical. The most severe bug, designated CVE-2018-12390, consists of a series of memory safety bugs discovered by Mozilla developers and community members in Firefox 63, Firefox ESR 60.3 and Thunderbird 60.3. “Some of these bugs showed evidence…
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Hide and seek Iot botnet updates include new Android ADB exploit

The Hide and Seek botnet has been updated to deliver new command injection exploits in a device’s web interface. The variants exploit the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) over Wi-Fi feature in Android devices, a features that is normally used for trouble shooting, according to a Sept. 26 Bitdefender blog post. Despite the feature usually being…
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Google’s desktop update for Chrome squashes two bugs

Google yesterday updated the its browser for Windows, Mac and Linux machines, fixing two vulnerabilities, including one considered high in severity. In a blog post, Google described the more serious bug as a “function signature mismatch” in WebAssembly binary language. The vulnerability has yet to be assigned a CVE number, but it did manage to…
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Google may contractually require OEMs to perform regular patching

Google is looking into the possibility of requiring device manufacturers to regularly patch their devices, by incorporating such a provision into future OEM agreements, Google head of Android security David Kleidermacher announced in a presentation at the Google I/O Developer Conference last week.
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