It's good to see that "collaboration" is not just an empty word for the cyber security industry.
In today's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft will be releasing a wide variety of patches, and among them will be one for a zero-day vulnerability that has been used in a cyber-espionage campaign targeting NATO, the European Union, Ukrainian and Polish government organizations, and European companies in the telecommunications and energy sectors.
A critical security vulnerability in the popular online bug-tracking-and-testing tool Bugzilla has been patched, and users are advised to update to new releases as soon as possible.
Four members of an international computer hacking ring have been charged with breaking into computer networks of prominent technology companies and the US Army and stealing more than $100 million in intellectual property and other proprietary data.
Hackers associated with the Chinese government successfully penetrated the computer systems of U.S.