Definitely not a security issue, says Google, as it moves to address flaw that could have you inadvertently starring in someone else’s movie
As the old adage goes, the devil’s in the details, so here they are.
Even Google Play wasn’t safe: Linux patched this hole last year, but Android users somehow missed out.
Telling your iPhone it’s 1970 can lock it up when you reboot, even after a firmware fix. Apple can now bring it back to life…
Twitter says your passwords are safe and the bug’s fixed, but you ARE using 2FA and a strong password, right?!
Before you get too worried about this Instagram security bug: it’s just been fixed. So let’s just call this a cautionary tale.
Researchers at MIT have create a bug-fixing bot. What do you think? Do you welcome our new code-patching overlords?
The deserialization vulnerability, now fixed, could have let attackers plant malicious code and backdoors on PayPal Manager.
January: when the news of a bug in your Internet-controlled smart thermometer is as bitter as the cold winds of the Northern Hemisphere.