The most recent months have been marked by the multiple racial protests in various parts of the world, mainly in the US, which has led (among many other things) to
Reports of multiple security flaws in various technological developments emerged this week. One of the most popular researches in the cybersecurity community concerns at least five vulnerabilities present in the
Google’s information security team has just released a security update for the Chrome browser aiming to fix three critical flaws, including a zero-day vulnerability from which active exploit in the
The developers of Kali Linux, one of the most widely used distributions for ethical hacking in the world, have just announced the release of Kali 2020.1, this year’s first major
A few days ago Microsoft announced the end of support for Windows 7, so the operating system would no longer receive free security updates, although apparently there are many interested
Good news for the ethical hacking community. The developers of BlackArch Linux have just announced the release of new ISO and OVA images for the specialized operating system for pentesting
Cybersecurity specialists say Chinese government has decided that all public institutions should get rid of all foreign software and hardware equipment they currently use, replacing these developments with Chinese technology
These are bad news for software programmers worldwide. Vulnerability testing researchers report the finding of 37 security flaws affecting four major implementations of Virtual Network Computing (VNC) open source software.