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New research by Mozilla has uncovered a potentially grave threat facing millions of consumers globally, in a market that many might have thought would never previously have been affected. The automotive industry has been undergoing a vast transformation over the past decade, and the electrification of many vehicles has brought significant improvements to the way […]

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We’re halfway through 2023 already and moving into our seventh Patch Tuesday of the year next week. There’s been a lot of activity with Microsoft this month which may impact updates we’ll see. But first taking a quick look back at June, we had a fairly standard set of releases with 32 CVEs fixed in […]

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Tracked as CVE-2023-25728, the first of the security defects could result in an attacker being able to leak a child iframe’s unredacted URI, provided that a redirect is triggered when interacting with that iframe. The latest Firefox releases also resolve a flaw related to screen hijacking via browser fullscreen mode. Tracked as CVE-2023-25730, the issue […]

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