PHPFusion Flaw Allows Attackers to Read Critical System Data

On Tuesday, Synopsys addressed High and medium vulnerabilities CVE-2023-2453, and CVE-2023-4480 discovered in PHPFusion by the researchers. PHPFusion is an open-source content management system (CMS) designed for managing personal or commercial websites and is offered under the GNU Affero General…

How to use Tor browser (and why you should)

If you want the highest level of privacy and security with your web browser, you should be using Tor. This article has been indexed from Latest stories for ZDNET in Security Read the original article: How to use Tor browser…

3 ways to strike the right balance with generative AI

To find the sweet spot where innovation doesn’t mean sacrificing your security posture, organizations should consider the following three best practices when leveraging AI. Implement role-based access control In the context of generative AI, having properly defined user roles to…

LibreOffice: Stability, security, and continued development

LibreOffice, the most widely used open-source office productivity suite, has plenty to recommend it: it’s feature-rich, user-friendly, well-documented, reliable, has an active community of developers working on improving it, and it’s free. The suite includes Writer (word processor), Calc (a…

China reportedly bans iPhones from more government offices

So what? Smartphones are routinely restricted in, or excluded from, sensitive locations Analysis  Chinese authorities have reportedly banned Apple’s iPhones from some government offices.… This article has been indexed from The Register – Security Read the original article: China reportedly…

Shifting left and right, innovating product security

In this Help Net Security interview, Slava Bronfman, CEO at Cybellum, discusses approaches for achieving product security throughout a device’s entire lifecycle, fostering collaboration across business units and product lines, ensuring transparency and security in the supply chain, and meeting…