A 17-Year-Old Windows DNS Server Exploit Has Been Uncovered

On July 14th, Microsoft publicly released a statement associated with a severe vulnerability in the Windows DNS server, codenamed CVE-2020-1350. Discovered as early as May by Check Point Software, an Israeli cyber security firm, this issue has since been patched. Due to its severity and high risk factor, this security…

Why are Meltdown and Spectre So Dangerous?

With so many hackers out there and fraudulent activity being more commonplace than ever, it is vital to keep up to date with security and hardware exploits, even if it might not seem as dangerous at face value. In early 2018, security experts discovered two severe security flaws inside computer…