Topic: vulnerability

Google announces intelligent cloud products, Java vulnerability affects Oracle products, and GNOME 3.20 Delhi released—SD Times news digest: March 24, 2016

At GCP Next, Google announced the latest results of work completed on the Google Cloud Platform. The next round of innovation builds on its portfolio of data-management and analytics capabilities by adding new products and services in areas like machine learning, open source and Big Data. Google introduced a new product family called Cloud Machine … continue reading

Microsoft joins Eclipse, Embarcadero squares in on developers, and AlphaGo beats worldwide Go champion—SD Times news digest: March 9, 2016

Microsoft is looking to collaborate more closely with the Eclipse community as a Solutions Member of the Eclipse Foundation. This move will allow Microsoft to develop tools and services to all development teams, as well as to continuously improve its cloud services, SDKs and tools. “Microsoft delivers a number of Eclipse-based tools today. The Azure … continue reading

Microsoft’s pull request to Node.js with ChakraCore, Microsoft Philanthropies, and OpenStack adoption—SD Times digest: Jan. 20, 2016

Microsoft has submitted a pull request to the Node.js mainline in order to enable it to work with Microsoft’s recently open-sourced ChakraCore. According to Microsoft, the open-sourcing of ChakraCore helps the technology better align with Node.js release schedules. The pull request would allow Node.js to use the ChakraCore JavaScript engine, and to enable Node.js developers … continue reading

Adobe is working on a fix for Flash, Arduino 101 is announced, and Nintendo begins distributing SDKs for the NX—SD Times news digest: Oct. 16, 2015

Adobe has put out a security advisory for its Flash Player. According to the company, there is a critical vulnerability in the plug-in affecting Adobe Flash Player 19.0.0.207 and earlier for Linux, Macintosh and Windows. The vulnerability has the ability to cause a crash and let a hacker take control of the system. The vulnerability … continue reading

Researchers discover emerging class of C++ bugs, Intel’s diversity report, and Android Experiments—SD Times news digest: Aug. 13, 2015

Researchers from Georgia Tech have discovered an emerging class of C++ bugs, and Facebook has awarded them US$100,000 for their efforts. The bugs are rooted in a new method for identifying “bad casting” vulnerabilities in C++ programs casted dynamically or statically at runtime. The researchers, who presented their findings at the USENIX Security ’15 conference, … continue reading

Microsoft’s open-source iOS bridge for Windows 10, a Firefox exploit, and WebGLStudio.js—SD Times news digest: Aug. 7, 2015

Microsoft has released an early look at its open-source Windows 10 Bridge for iOS. Previously known as “Project Islandwood,” the bridge allows iOS developers to build and run apps on Windows. The version currently available to the open-source community is a work in progress, and Microsoft is encouraging feedback and code contributions before the final … continue reading

OpenSSL issues urgent security advisory

OpenSSL has issued a new security advisory outlining more than a dozen issues ranging from high to low severity. (Related: OpenSSL to undergo massive security audit) On the heels of announcing a sweeping security audit of the now-stable OpenSSL codebase, the SSL/TLS security protocol underlying much of the Web’s encryption has published warnings for security … continue reading

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