Is that a gun, or are you just upgrading the printer? What if your iPhone has a bug in the lock that locks the lock screen? Will Chrome's continuing support for XP make us safer, or merely lazier?
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Vulnerability researchers at Core Security recently turned their attention on internet-enabled cameras, finding lots of holes.
And when security holes arise from features, not bugs, you really do feel like shouting aloud, "What WERE they thinking?"
Beware! Cybercriminals have attempted to infect computers worldwide, disguising their attack as an email claiming to come from a scanner in your office.
US CERT has issued an intriguing Vulnerability Note about a data and password leakage flaw in a number of HP printers.
It's a bit of a trip down memory lane, whisking us all the way back to one of the bugs exploited by Robert Morris's infamous Internet Worm back in 1988...
Companies using Samsung and Dell-branded printers are being warned that a hard coded administrative account could allow remote attackers to take control of their device, according to an alert from the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT).
A malware attack cloaks its true intentions by posing as an emailed scan from a printer.
Would your users click on the attachment without thinking twice?
There's a serious security vulnerability on some HP LaserJet printers.
The good news is that it's now been patched.
The bad news is that you don't know if your HP LaserJet printer needs the fix - because HP hasn't told you.
Smoke and fire certainly make good hacking headlines.
But there's a lot more to the flaming war of words between Columbia University and HP than potential pyro printer problems.
Paul Ducklin weighs into the debate.
Researchers claim to have discovered a security vulnerability in "tens of millions" of HP LaserJet printers that could allow a remote hacker to install malicious firmware.