Looks as though at least one of these patches was supposed to come out a week ago but ended up delayed until now...
It’s not clear how many accounts were involved, but Microsoft is said to have made URLs and metadata available so admins can investigate.
Apple's efforts to overcome the limitations of Bluetooth is a proprietary system called MagicPairing, but there are flaws in the magic.
The agencies say it's vital to prioritize patching. Otherwise, we're making it easy for attackers who don't have to work at finding 0 days.
Bugs can last a long time... even if you thought you removed them years ago.
What if a messaging app has to show you an unwanted message so you can decide whether you want it shown to you?
Adobe's latest patches are out, including fixes for its ecommerce platform.
Buh-bye, original way of tweeting. Twitter said it's to keep our accounts safe, referring to unspecified SMS-enabled vulnerabilities.
Microsoft has fixed a flaw in Teams that could have allowed attackers to launch a wormlike attack on multiple accounts by sending one victim a malicious GIF image.
You might not have heard of FBX files... but the latest Office versions support them, so don't neglect this patch!