Redhat has just just published a risk advisory about a vulnerability in the Linux Kernel that allows for local privilege escalation. This vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2022-3910 (CVSS score: 7.4).
For the past two years, Intel CPUs have been under siege by an unending series of attacks that make it possible for cybercriminals to pluck passwords, encryption keys, and other secrets out of silicon-resident memory. New security research reveals that Intel's speculative execution flaws go deeper and are even harder to fix than we initially thought.
Have you heard about the cryptographic data leakage in Firefox's latest security update? It has now been fixed. Learn how to check if you have the update - and be sure to install it immediately if you do not.
Huawei has denied having any official involvement in an insecure patch submitted to the Linux kernel project over the weekend, which introduced a "trivially exploitable" vulnerability. According to the tech giant, an employee submitted code as part of a personal project, not on behalf of the company.