vulnerability

HP Printer Hack Bounty Challenge Has Gone Wrong - HP Has Released A Massive Firmware Upgrade To Address A Critical Vulnerability

HP Printer Hack Bounty Challenge Has Gone Wrong – HP Has Released A Massive Firmware Upgrade To Address Two Critical Vulnerability

August 4, 2018

Last Tuesday, HP in collaboration with Bugcrowd announced industry’s first print security bug bounty program of $10,000 to the winner who could find a vulnerability in their printer. Apparently somebody must have taken this challenge up top and found two vulnerability in HP printers because HP has released a massive firmware update a day after […]

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WARNING: PIA programs are leaking your username and password- What's the reality?

WARNING: PIA programs are leaking your username and password- What’s the reality?

August 1, 2018

Today a user posted on Reddit forum claiming that the world and trusted popular VPN service Private Internet Access (PIA) is leaking user data due to a flaw in its implementation protocol. He claimed that there are 2 different processes handling whole login process and while these 2 processes are handling the app they keep […]

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Google Issues Supplemental Android Patch for Dirty COW Linux Security Hole

November 11, 2016

Google Issues Supplemental Android Patch for Dirty COW Linux Security Hole: Dirty COW is a security vulnerability which affects the Linux operating system and helps to copy-on-write (COW) and uses all the data from the system including certain Android devices. A supplemental patch for Dirty COW Linux has been released by Google and is now […]

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