Researchers prove that Intel SGX and TSX can hide malware from antivirus software

Researchers Michael Schwarz, Samuel Weiser, and Daniel Gruss from Graz University of Technology have published a research paper that demonstrates how the Intel SGX currently poses as a security threat. The SGX ...

Google open sources ClusterFuzz, a scalable fuzzing tool

Google made its scalable fuzzing tool, called ClusterFuzz available as open source, yesterday. ClusterFuzz is used by Google for fuzzing the Chrome Browser, a technique that helps detect bugs in software by ...

Undetected Linux Backdoor ‘SpeakUp’ infects Linux, MacOS with cryptominers

Security Researchers have discovered a new backdoor trojan, dubbed as ‘SpeakUp’ which exploits known vulnerabilities in six different Linux distributions and has the ability to infect MacOS. This trojan discovered by Check ...
Fortnite Login Vulnerability

Fortnite just fixed a bug that let attackers to fully access user accounts, impersonate real players and buy V-Buck

Yesterday, Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite, an online video game acknowledged the existence of a bug in the game (Fortnite). This bug could let attackers access user accounts by impersonating as ...

35-year-old vulnerabilities in SCP client discovered by F-Secure researcher

Yesterday, Harry Sintonen, researcher at F-Secure, discovered 35-year-old vulnerabilities associated with SCP (Secure Copy Protocol) client, a network protocol, that uses Secure Shell (SSH) for data transfer between hosts on a network ...

Hyatt Hotels launches public bug bounty program with HackerOne

Hyatt Hotels Corporation launched its bug bounty program with HackerOne, earlier this week. As part of the bug bounty program, ethical hackers are invited to test Hyatt websites and apps to spot ...

Using deep learning methods to detect malware in Android Applications

Researchers from the North China Electric Power University have recently published a paper titled, ‘A Review on The Use of Deep Learning in Android Malware Detection’. Researchers highlight the fact that Android ...

EU to sponsor bug bounty programs for 14 open source projects from January 2019

Julia Reda, EU member of the parliament, announced, last week, that EU will be funding the internet bug bounty programs for 14 out of the total 15 open source projects, starting January ...