Mozilla’s New Security Feature

Mozilla is working on a new feature for the Firefox web browser that helps users generate random secure passwords when they create new accounts on the Internet. The feature is part of a concentrated effort to make the password manager of the Firefox browser more useful. Mozilla launched a first batch of improvements in Firefox 67 which […]

State Cyber-Attack Poses Big Danger For UK Banks

It has been reported that a state-back cyber-attack poses a huge danger for UK banks. An attack of this nature could secretly corrupt the records of British financial institutions over a period of months, posing a risk that banks would probably struggle to guard against on their own. State cyberattack poses big danger for UK banks: […]

Comment: EatStreet Food Ordering Service Discloses Security Breach


ZDNet has reported that Eatstreet, an online and mobile food ordering service, disclosed today a security breach that took place last month and during which a hacker stole the company’s database, complete with customer and partner details. ZDNet learned that responsible for this breach is Gnosticplayers, a hacker who previously breached many other online services, including big names such as Canva, […]

Linux Vulnerabilities Uncovered By Netflix

Linux worm targeting Routers, Set-top boxes and Security Cameras with PHP vulnerability

Yesterday, Netflix issued an advisory identifying several TCP networking vulnerabilities in FreeBSD and Linux kernels. While patches are already available for the identified vulnerabilities, Linux is the most popular system on the Internet. This means that the issue will remain widespread and dangerous until every single company has applied patches. Linux SACK Panic and […]