As Phones Get Harder to Hack, Zero Day Vendors Hunt for Router Exploits
Obtaining vulnerabilities for fully up-to-date mobile phones is getting harder. So companies that sell exploits to governments are increasingly looking for attacks that target internet routers instead, with one company paying up to $100,000.
Exploit Company Exodus Sold Firefox Zero-Day Earlier This Year
The Firefox vulnerability was patched on Wednesday, but it turns out Exodus sold related information to both a defensive and offensive client.
The Hacks We Can't See
LastPass Bug Lets You Steal Passwords With Just a Click
Fortunately, it’s already been patched.
This Ransomware Is Evolving Too Quickly for the Good Guys to Keep Up
Just after Kaspersky releases a decrypt tool for CryptXXX, the ransomware’s authors manage to bypass it.
‘Nasty’ Bug In MetroPCS Site Left Personal Data of Subscribers Open to Hackers
The cellphone provider left the information of more than 10 million of subscribers openly available on the internet.