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CVE-2022-3075: how to fix the zero-day vulnerability in Chrome

Google has released an urgent patch for CVE-2022-3075, a new zero-day vulnerability in the Chrome web browser – which it says is being actively exploited in the wild. Here’s everything you need to know: What is CVE-2022-3075? This issue concerns a case of insufficient data validation in Mojo – a collection of runtime libraries that… Continue reading CVE-2022-3075: how to fix the zero-day vulnerability in Chrome

Chrome zero-day, DoD bug bounty, and more: first officer’s blog – week 8

First Officer’s log, Terrestrial date, 20220811. Officer of the Deck reporting. The ship is back to normal operation and our patrol continues. As a support vessel, we are often in a position to “clean up the mess” discovered, or sometimes instigated, by the ships engaged in First Contact situations. They get all the glory. And… Continue reading Chrome zero-day, DoD bug bounty, and more: first officer’s blog – week 8

Microsoft zero day, More Musk drama, and more: first officer’s log – week 3

First Officer’s log, Terrestrial date, 202200706. Officer of the Deck reporting.  The pace of recent activity has diminished very slightly, but we expect that it is just part of the natural ebb and flow of hostile activity in our sector.  In spite of the brief lull, the crew remains vigilant.   Our next log entry may… Continue reading Microsoft zero day, More Musk drama, and more: first officer’s log – week 3

Vulcan Vulnerability Digest – Different Types of Cyber Attacks

With all the buzz around the latest campaigns and exploits, it might seem hard to know what really demands your attention. That’s why we’ve decided to round up the top security threats from the past couple of weeks that really require your attention. 

The Worst Data Breaches of the Decade

With nearly 15,000 new vulnerabilities discovered in 2017, and even more expected this year – the competition for ‘worst vulnerability’ is a tough one to judge. The discovery of serious, severe or even critical vulnerabilities is a daily occurrence – and thus ranking them by level of infamy is an elusive challenge.