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GIF Buffer Content Exposed by Facebook Messenger

GIF Buffer Content Exposed by Facebook Messenger

The saying one man’s trash is another man’s treasure applies to IT security as well. There are several types of attacks, such as buffer overflow, that rely on accessing leftover memory content. For example, this is exactly what the infamous Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL was all about. A Belarussian bug ...

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MacOS Malware Pedia – Check Point Research

MacOS Malware Pedia - Check Point Research

March 4, 2019 Research by: Ofer Caspi With a massive growth in new malware and infections, MacOS security awareness is now more important than ever, and yet many people believe that if they are using MacOS they are “safe” and should not be concerned about getting infected. Even though malware ...

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Windows 10 Systems Prone To ‘Full Compromise’ Due To Nasty Huawei Driver

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Third party kernel drivers are often a headache for the consumer electronics vendors as the complete control on the integrity of the system can’t be ensured. The same applies to Microsoft and its Windows 10 operating system. In an official blog post, Microsoft has outlined a massive security flaw present ...

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