Software engineers tracking the quality of software bill of materials have stumbled on a startling discovery: Barely 1% of all SBOMs being generated today meets the “minimum elements” defined by the U.S. government.
A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability impacting the source control management (SCM) service Kudu could be exploited to achieve remote code execution (RCE) in multiple Azure services, cloud infrastructure security firm Ermetic has discovered.
Vendors and agencies are actively bypassing the security patch that Adobe released in February 2022 to address CVE-2022-24086, a critical mail template vulnerability in Adobe Commerce and Magento stores, ecommerce security firm Sansec warns.
The US government’s cybersecurity agency CISA is giving federal agencies an early February deadline to patch a critical — and already exploited — security vulnerability in the widely used CentOS Control Web Panel utility.
Cloud security company Orca has published details on four server-side request forgery (SSRF) vulnerabilities impacting different Azure services, including two bugs that could have been exploited without authentication.
Security researchers tracking a known pre-authentication remote code execution vulnerability in Zoho’s ManageEngine products are warning organizations to brace for “spray and pray” attacks across the internet.
Electric car maker Tesla is using the annual Pwn2Own hacker contest to incentivize security researchers to showcase complex exploit chains that can lead to complete vehicle compromise.
Hack The Box, a British startup working on technology to simplify cybersecurity skills training, has banked a $55 million funding round as venture capital investors place big bets on the subscription-based talent assessment space.
Microsoft’s security patching machine hummed into overdrive Tuesday with the release of fixes for at least 97 documented software vulnerabilities, including a zero-day that’s already been exploited to escape the browser sandbox.
Intel announced on Tuesday that it has added Intel Trust Domain Extensions (TDX) to its confidential computing portfolio with the launch of its new 4th Gen Xeon enterprise processors.