Hackers find vulnerabilities in a security product that lets you steal your work
Hackers found vulnerabilities in the popular security software “Vault” that let them steal your data and information, according to a blog post published on Monday.
The software, which was first released in 2012 and is now used by more than 3 million businesses and individuals, was originally designed for data protection and data storage purposes.
The vulnerabilities were discovered by researchers at security firm CrowdStrike and released online by the company in the wake of a breach at the same company last week.
It’s unclear if the security company had been notified of the flaw before the release of the exploit.
Vault, a security software that is used by businesses, is a widely used tool to protect critical systems and data from hackers and intruders.
The vulnerability discovered by the researchers appears to have been patched earlier this year.