An unpatched remote code execution hole has been publicly disclosed in the popular Swagger API framework, putting users at risk.
The client and server hole (CVE-2016-5641) exists in code generators within the REST programming tool, also know as the OpenAPI Specification.
A module for the popular Metasploit hacking suite has been crafted making exploitation of the flaw easier. Application security researcher Scott Davis says an injectable parameters in Swagger JSON or YAML files allow remote code execution across NodeJS, PHP, Ruby, and Java.
A botnet associated with the huge volumes of Dridex and Locky-laden emails in recent months has resumed operations after mysteriously going dark for three weeks.
Researchers from multiple firms report seeing a sharp increase in malicious traffic originating from the Necurs botnet, after a significant drop-off beginning May 31.
Have you ever seen an up-close view of how a computer processor works?
If you're in the UK, you can head over to Cambridge and see the process firsthand, thanks to the work of Reg friend James Newman, who has finally finished constructing his 16-bit masterpiece, the Mega Processor.
Apple has yet to announce an updated version of 2011's Thunderbolt Display, but pretty soon it won't be selling the old one either. The company will sell through any existing stock in the online and brick-and-mortar Apple Stores, but it doesn't plan to continue manufacturing the current model.
Today, the people of the United Kingdom are casting their votes to decide whether to withdraw from the European Union. Experts warn that a so-called Brexit could wreak havoc on the global economy due to the trade disruptions Britain’s departure would create.