New Bluetooth Vulnerability Lets Attackers Spy On Encrypted Connections

Over a billion Bluetooth-enabled devices, including smartphones, laptops, smart IoT devices, and industrial devices, have been found vulnerable to a high severity vulnerability that could allow attackers to spy on data transmitted between the two devices. The vulnerability, assigned as CVE-2019-9506, resides in the way ‘encryption key negotiation protocol’ lets two Bluetooth BR/EDR devices choose…

With $40 million in funding and a $200 million valuation, will the only museums be Museums of Ice Cream? – TechCrunch

Call the rollers of big rounds,The well-capitalized ones, and have them backmakers of rooms themed like concupiscent curds. Let the influencers gather in the stylesthey love to wear, and let other startupsthrow away their term sheets like last month’s newspapers.Let be be finale of seem.The only museum is the Museum of Ice Cream. Take from…

Google Discloses 20-Year-Old Unpatched Flaw Affecting All Versions of Windows

A Google security researcher has just disclosed details of a 20-year-old unpatched high-severity vulnerability affecting all versions of Microsoft Windows, back from Windows XP to the latest Windows 10. The vulnerability resides in the way MSCTF clients and server communicate with each other, allowing even a low privileged or a sandboxed application to read and write…

8 New HTTP/2 Implementation Flaws Expose Websites to DoS Attacks

Various implementations of HTTP/2, the latest version of the HTTP network protocol, have been found vulnerable to multiple security vulnerabilities affecting the most popular web server software, including Apache, Microsoft’s IIS, and NGINX. Launched in May 2015, HTTP/2 has been designed for better security and improved online experience by speeding up page loads. Today, over hundreds of…