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Microsoft is starting a new Applications Bounty Program, and the first application that they want researchers to find bugs in is Microsoft Teams, its popular business communication platform. About Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams offers workspace chat, VoIP and videoconferencing, file sharing through chats, and meetings. Like other videoconferencing and communication solutions, Microsoft Teams received a […]

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An ethical hacker has demonstrated a novel supply-chain attack that breached the systems of more than 35 technology players, including Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, Shopify, Netflix, Tesla and Uber, by exploiting public, open-source developer tools. The attack, devised by security researcher Alex Birsan, injects malicious code into common tools for installing dependencies in developer projects which […]

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A critical flaw in the PlayStation Now cloud application could have let attackers inject malicious code on Windows-operating devices. The vulnerability was reported on May 13 by bug hunter Parsia Hakimian, and fixed on June 25 by the online gaming giant. The bug, residing in an insecure AGL application, affected PlayStation Now versions 11.0.2 and […]

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