On April 10, researchers published information on a critical vulnerability in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer® (IE) browser.
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On April 11, researchers from the Carnegie Mellon Software Institute announced security vulnerabilities in multiple virtual private network (VPN) applications.
On April 9, researchers discovered three serious vulnerabilities in the Verizon Fios Quantum™ Gateway (G1100) router.
On March 21, Facebook announced that they had discovered an internal security flaw, in which hundreds of millions of user passwords had been stored in their systems in an unencrypted, plain text, readable
This alert contains information about a recent rise in criminal access to retirement and health savings accounts, as well as information about a security vulnerability in the Google Chrome Internet browser.
Anonymous posts regarding a virus named “Beyond the Grave” have been circulating in various cybersecurity forums. This virus is purported to specifically target U.S.
On February 12, Microsoft issued a series of software fixes that address over 70 security issues, several of which are critical vulnerabilities.
On January 28, the computer emergency response team (CERT) coordination center (CC) for the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University reported a new zero-day vulnerability affecting Microsoft® Exchange
On December 19, Microsoft announced the release of a security patch to combat a security hole in its Internet Explorer browser.
On December 13, dozens of bomb threats were received at multiple locations across the United States and in several other countries, including Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The bomb threats were sent by email to universities, courthouses, newspapers and multiple business sites.