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  1. Qualcomm vulnerability impacts nearly 40% of all mobile phones A high severity security vulnerability found in Qualcomm's Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chips (including the latest 5G-capable versions) could enable attackers to access mobile phone users' text messages, call history, and listen in on their conversations. Qualcomm MSM is a series of 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G capable system on chips (SoCs) used in roughly 40% of mobile phones by multiple vendors, including Samsung, Google, LG, OnePlus, and Xiaomi. "If exploited, the vulnerability would have allowed
  2. Security Vulnerability in 'Call Recorder' App Exposed User Conversations A security flaw in an app called "Call Recorder" exposed thousands of customer conversations, reports TechCrunch. The vulnerability was found by PingSafe AI researcher Anand Prakesh, and has since been patched. The Call Recorder app is designed to allow iPhone users to record their incoming and outgoing phone calls, with those recordings stored in the cloud on Amazon Web Services. Using a proxy tool like Burp Suite, Prakash was able to view and modify network traffic going
  3. GitHub fixes bug causing users to log into other accounts Last night, GitHub automatically logged out many users by invalidating their GitHub.com sessions to protect user accounts against a potentially serious security vulnerability. Earlier this month GitHub had received a report of anomalous behavior from an external party. The anomalous behavior stemmed from a rare race condition vulnerability in which a GitHub user's login session was misrouted to the web browser of another logged-in user, giving the latter an authenticated session cookie of
  4. Vendor Quickly Patches Serious Vulnerability in NATO-Approved Firewall A critical vulnerability discovered in a firewall appliance made by Germany-based cybersecurity company Genua could be useful to threat actors once they’ve gained access to an organization’s network, according to Austrian cybersecurity consultancy SEC Consult. Genua Genugate is a firewall designed for protecting internal networks against external threats, segmenting internal networks, and protecting machine-to-machine communications. The company claims its Genugate firewall is the only on
  5. New Critical Exim Flaw Exposes Email Servers to Remote Attacks — Patch Released A critical security vulnerability has been discovered and fixed in the popular open-source Exim email server software, which could allow a remote attacker to simply crash or potentially execute malicious code on targeted servers. Exim maintainers today released an urgent security update—Exim version 4.92.3—after publishing an early warning two days ago, giving system administrators an early h
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