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Microsoft removed the Windows Journal application from its operating systems because of several vulnerabilities that can end up exploited through Read More.
The OpenSSL fix was in, but in reality it made things worse. That is because a patch included in the Read More.
Meat-casing manufacturer, Viscofan USA Inc., is facing $86,225 in fines for one repeated and one serious safety violation at is Read More.
Several people were taken to the hospital with burns after a sulfuric acid spill at a Sioux City, IA, plant Read More.
Android Trojans continue their growth curve with the capability to infect the processes of applications and then downloading their own Read More.
Locky ransomware continues to evolve as it changes the type of attachment it uses to infect a victim’s system, researchers Read More.
Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station returned to service Thursday after a rainwater leak forced the plant to shut down Sept. 10. Read More.
The OpenSSL Project patched vulnerabilities in OpenSSL with the release of versions 1.1.0a, 1.0.2i and 1.0.1u. The latest versions of Read More.
Wayne Lumber and Mulch Inc. is facing $214,633 in fines for 27 safety violations at its Wayne, WV, sawmill, said Read More.
Mozilla patched vulnerabilities with the release of Firefox 49, including a certificate pinning issue that exposes users to man-in-the-middle (MitM) Read More.