Hackers are always evolving their tactics to stay one step ahead of security companies. A perfect example of this is the hiding of malicious credit card stealing scripts in the EXIF data of a favicon image to evade detection.

A common attack used to steal credit cards is to hack the website and inject malicious JavaScript scripts that steal submitted payment information when a customer makes a purchase.

These stolen credit cards are then sent back to a server under the control of the threat actors where they are collected and used for fraudulent purchases or to sell on dark

NVIDIA has released security updates to address security vulnerabilities found in GPU Display and CUDA drivers and Virtual GPU Manager software that could lead to code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, and information disclosure on both Windows and Linux machines.

Although all the flaws patched today require local user access and cannot be exploited remotely, with attackers having to first get a foothold on the exposed machines to launch attacks designed to abuse these bugs.

Once that is achieved, they could take exploit them by remotely planting malicious code or tools targeting one of these issues on devices