Vulnerabilities & Exploits
- May 21, 2015A new encryption flaw has been found that puts a significant number of Internet users' data at risk. Dubbed as LogJam, the flaw affects websites, mail servers, and other frequently-used Internet services.
- May 19, 2015The biggest incidents in the first three months of 2015 showed that even the most security-savvy users and organizations are not immune to security threats. See how they affected established security measures in the Trend Micro 2015 1Q Security Roundup.
- April 23, 2015A flaw that affects iOS devices has been discovered that allows nearby attackers to send apps, and even cause infinite reboot cycles on the iOS devices they run on, rendering them temporarily useless.
- March 26, 2015Cybercriminals and attackers are increasingly taking advantage of zero-day vulnerabilities because of the window of opportunity they present. Find out what zero-days are, why they’re dangerous, and what you can do to prevent attacks.
- March 23, 2015Microsoft will be putting the 20 year-old Internet Explorer to rest. With so many Web apps that still reply on older versions of IE, should admins be concerned?
- March 20, 2015In this video, Trend Micro CTO Raimund Genes discusses how security researchers and software vendors should work together and to stop fueling the industry that buys and sells vulnerability information.
- March 16, 2015Exploit kits have been around since 2006, and have been continuously evolving to take advantage of vulnerabilities found on popular software. This research paper discusses what exploit kits are, how they work, and how they evolved over time.
- March 05, 2015An old flaw that affects TLS/SSL, an authentication protocol used by countless websites and browsers has been discovered that allows cybercriminals to decrypt sensitive information from secure sites.
- March 02, 2015Recently, a security researcher disclosed that Seagate’s Network Attached Storage (NAS) unpatched vulnerabilities leaves thousands at risk. Find out what you can do to secure your NAS devices in order to avoid likely attacks.