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Cybersecurity researchers at Google have shared insight into four zero-day security vulnerabilities in popular web browsers which were exploited in the wild earlier this year. DIscovered by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), the four vulnerabilities in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and WebKit, the browser engine used by Apple’s Safari, were used as a part of […]

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A vulnerability affecting desktop versions of four popular web browsers could be exploited by advertisers, malicious actors, and other third parties to track and profile users online even if they switch browsers, use incognito mode or a VPN, researcher and developer Konstantin Darutkin claims. Scheme flooding Darutkin and his colleagues from FingerprintJS are calling the […]

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A total of 44 security flaws were fixed with the release of macOS Catalina 10.15.5, impacting components such as Accounts, AirDrop, Audio, Bluetooth, Calendar, ImageIO, Kernel, ksh, PackageKit, Sandbox, SQLite, USB Audio, Wi-Fi, and zsh, among others. Eighteen of these vulnerabilities are specific to macOS Catalina, but many impact macOS High Sierra and macOS Mojave […]

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