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Twitter Denies Hacking Claims, Assures Leaked User Data Not from its System
Twitter on Wednesday said that its investigation found “no evidence” that users’ data sold online was obtained by exploiting any security vulnerabilities in its systems.
“Based on information and intel analyzed to investigate the issue, there is no evidence that the data being sold online was obtained by exploiting a vulnerability of Twitter systems,” the company said in a statement. “The data
Patch where it Hurts: Effective Vulnerability Management in 2023
A recently published Security Navigator report data shows that businesses are still taking 215 days to patch a reported vulnerability. Even for critical vulnerabilities, it generally takes more than 6 months to patch.
Good vulnerability management is not about being fast enough in patching all potential breaches. It’s about focusing on the real risk using vulnerability prioritization to correct
Experts Detail Chromium Browser Security Flaw Putting Confidential Data at Risk
Details have emerged about a now-patched vulnerability in Google Chrome and Chromium-based browsers that, if successfully exploited, could have made it possible to siphon files containing confidential data.
“The issue arose from the way the browser interacted with symlinks when processing files and directories,” Imperva researcher Ron Masas said. “Specifically, the browser did not properly check
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