Expert Comment: Heyyo Dating App Leaked Users’ Personal Data, Photos etc.

Security experts on the news that online dating app, Heyyo has left a server exposed on the internet, without a password. The Elasticsearch database, exposed the personal details, images, location data, phone numbers, and dating preferences for nearly 72,000 users, believed to be the app’s entire userbase. The exposed server allowed anyone with a web […]

Comments: Beware – Edward Snowden’s

It has been reported the infamous Emotet malware has started a new spam campaign that pretends to be a scanned copy of Edward Snowden’s new book. Unsuspecting users who open the attachment and enable its content will find that they have become infected with Emotet, most likely Trickbot, and possibly other malware. After approximately four months […]

Experts On Microsoft Released Emergency Patch For Internet Explorer

Affecting Microsoft Office

Microsoft has released an emergency out-of-band security update today to fix two critical security issues — a zero-day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer scripting engine that has been exploited in the wild, and a Microsoft Defender bug. Patch NOW: #Microsoft Defender Denial of Service and Internet Explorer Scripting Engine Vulnerability – https://t.co/6rVzncFXGI — Christoph Kolbicz (@_kolbicz) September 23, […]

Comments: vBulletin Flaw Zero-Day Now Has Script To Mass Identify Potential Victims

It has been reported that an anonymous bug hunter has publicly disclosed a zero-day flaw in the version 5 of the popular vBulletin forum software than can be exploited over the internet to hijack servers. No patch is known to be available.The zero-day allows an attacker to execute shell commands on the server running a vBulletin installation. […]