So, what happens when a core component of Mac, Linux and other Unix-based operating systems is found to be highly vulnerable and easily exploitable? Last week, we found out: On September 24th, the world was first introduced to a family of bugs in the Bash shell, being referred to both as ‘Shellshock’ and ‘Bashdoor’. Here’s
In a sudden turn of events, Microsoft has released a Security Advisory regarding vulnerability in some of its most common software versions. This security flaw can allow hackers to execute codes remotely by gaining full access to user’s computers.