Pierluigi Paganini November 30, 2021
Play the Opera Please – Opera patches a flaw in their turbo servers

Opera released a mini patch for a vulnerability in their turbo servers that dates back to 2018. Prior approval are taken from Opera security team before disclosing this issue! Before we get started there are few things which we need to understand such as, Value added service (VAS): Value added services (VAS) is a popular telecommunications […]

Pierluigi Paganini August 27, 2016
Opera warns Opera Sync users of possible security breach

The Norwegian company warned the users that the Opera Sync service of a possible security breach that might have exposed their data. On Friday, Opera, published a security alert to warn its users that the Opera Sync service might have been breached. In response to the alleged incident, Opera forced a password reset for all Sync […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 28, 2014
Secunia analyzed vulnerabilities in the Top 50 portfolio products

Secunia’s Vulnerability Review 2014 provides an interesting analysis of the number of vulnerabilities in the Top 50 portfolio products. The Secunia Vulnerability Review provides a vision on global vulnerability trends, evaluating carefully the 50 most popular programs on private PCs. These programs are practically everywhere, in many cases, they are key application for ordinary IT […]

Pierluigi Paganini June 28, 2013
Opera infrastructure hacked and digital certificate stolen

Opera software revealed that its infrastructure was attacked and a digital certificate has been stolen to sign malware and to deceive victims. On June 19th Opera suffered a cyber attack that was uncovered and contained by the same software company, the news has been provided by Opera with an official advisory published Wednesday morning. “On June […]