Google on Monday announced the release of 11 security patches for Chrome, including one for a vulnerability exploited in the wild.
Update iOS! There is a dangerous vulnerability in WebKit (CVE-2022-22620)
Google on Monday announced that the Android security updates for February 2022 patch a total of 36 vulnerabilities.
Google releases Chrome browser version 98.0.4758.80/81/82 for Windows and 98.0.4758.80 for Mac and Linux systems with patches for 27 security vulnerabilities.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) this week announced the addition of eight more vulnerabilities to the list of security flaws known to be exploited in malicious attacks.
Since August 2021, the FBI has received reports of several packages containing these USB devices, sent to US businesses in the transportation, insurance, and defense industries. The packages were sent using the United States Postal Service and United Parcel Service. There are two variations of packages—those imitating HHS are often accompanied by letters referencing COVID-19 guidelines enclosed with a USB; and those imitating Amazon arrived in a decorative gift box containing a fraudulent thank you letter, counterfeit gift card, and a USB.
Microsoft has patched a high severity Windows zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild to deliver Emotet malware payloads.
0-day patch in Chrome update
The December 2021 security updates for Android have started rolling out to users with patches for 46 vulnerabilities, including several considered critical severity.
Researchers from Qihoo 360's Netlab security team have released details of a new evolving botnet called "Abcbot" that has been observed in the wild with worm-like propagation features to infect Linux systems and launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against targets.