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Eavesdropping bug in Apple’s FaceTime, a zero-day vulnerability in abandoned WordPress plugin, Manic Menagerie attack on Australian web hosting, and more.
Here are 10 of the most popular WordPress plugins which are still more vulnerable than you might think.
Mysterious attack on PHP PEAR website, hack of popular WordPress plugin maker, and privacy risks of top free VPN Android apps.
Top security flaws affecting open source products or technologies that caused a huge volume of security incidents.
Flaws in Web-Hosting Platform Bluehost, a Security Hole in Reservation System Amadeus, and Much More
In 2018, tens of millions of websites running popular CMSs were hacked, infected with ransomware and exploited for other criminal purposes.
A brief overview of the most important security and privacy incidents that may have serious GDPR ramifications.
Which companies were paying the most generous bounties via crowd security testing platforms in 2018?
Data breaches, malware and ransomware, GDPR compliance, DevSecOps and OWASP Top 10 are among the hottest topics of 2018.
Ransomware and cryptominers of continuously growing complexity remained one of the most expensive cybersecurity problems in 2018.
High-Tech Bridge’s CEO Ilia Kolochenko shares some of the industry trends and major threats companies and individuals will likely face in 2019.
While targeted attacks against voters and the election process are growing in 2018, insecure websites and phishing remain the most frequent attack vectors.