Mozilla to Firefox users: Here's how we're protecting you from code injection attacks

Mozilla to Firefox users: Here’s how we’re protecting you from code injection attacks

Mozilla cleans up Firefox to cut risk of code injection attacks and deter use of a dangerous JavaScript function Firefox-maker Mozilla has detailed its recent efforts to harden the browser against code injection attacks. That hardening work has focused on removing "potentially dangerous artifacts" in
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‘Deletefacebook’ trends after Zuckerberg backlash

The hashtag deletefacebook is trending on social media after it emerged Mark Zuckerberg held informal dinners with conservative politicians and right-wing commentators in the US. The meetings began in July, the news website Politico reported. In a post on Facebook, Mr Zuckerberg said he had
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400 Million Medical Radiological Images Exposed on the Internet

An analysis of medical image storage systems exposed to the public web reveals that almost 600 servers in 52 countries are completely unprotected against unauthorized access.

Audited systems were unpatched against thousands of vulnerabilities, more than 500 of them having the highest severity score.

Huge, worrying numbers

Greenbone Networks, a German-based vulnerability analysis and management company, looked at about 2,300 Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) systems connected to the public internet and found significant issues that expose confidential information.

PACS are used in the healthcare sector to store and serve medical information retrieved from imaging devices such as X-Ray, CT, or MRI machines. They use the DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) standard to transmit, store, retrieve, print, process, and display medical imaging data.

Using public device discovery engines between mid-July and early September, Greenbone Networks identified 590 PACS servers that could be reached over the internet and allowed retrieving about 24.3 million patient records…

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