IBM BigFix has a fixlet available for corporate users looking to uninstall QuickTime for Windows, which was found to have serious vulnerabilities.
MIT a new has just introduced a new bug bounty program — with a few unique wrinkles. It's only open to the school community and doesn't pay out cash.
There has been a lot of news regarding OS X recently, and it runs the gamut from solid security progress to more alarming vulnerabilities.
QuickTime for Windows will soon be unsupported, and security researchers have identified at least two zero-day vulnerabilities that will not be patched.
A recent threat report from Symantec found that zero-day vulnerabilities were found about once a week in 2015, representing a big increase from 2014.
Shifting to HTTPS is vital for websites, but many organizations are not implementing it properly and leave users at risk as a result.
Researchers recently discovered that libotr is vulnerable, so secure instant messaging apps such as Pidgin, ChatSecure, Adium and others are at risk.
Many enterprises are turning to the cloud for better availability and storage, but there are a number of threats that can put those environments at risk.
A recent study from High-Tech Bridge indicated that the vast majority of SSL VPN servers are unsecured, and many are years behind the industry.
Drupal 6 hit its end-of-life mark, meaning the service is now unsupported. Users may be vulnerable to exploits by cybercriminals.