Web Services Security and SOA Security
- January 27, 2014
A researcher says Oracle hasn't properly addressed long-standing Oracle Forms and Reports flaws, which could be exploited to gain remote access.
- October 25, 2011
Researchers in Germany have demonstrated weaknesses in the W3C XML encryption standard used to secure websites and other Web applications.
- August 06, 2009
Codenomicon, a maker of security testing tools, finds multiple critical flaws in widely used XML libraries that could lead to denial of service attacks or injection of malicious code
- April 21, 2009
While securing data in the cloud will remain an issue in the near term, researchers will develop ways to better protect data in the cloud, say a panel of cryptographers at the 2009 RSA Conference.
- August 08, 2008
Social networking websites MySpace and Facebook present a significant security risk to users, largely because their wide-open application programming interfaces (APIs) are a tempting target for malicious hackers.
- August 06, 2008
Black Hat: Security researcher Dan Kaminsky outlined more than a dozen ways the DNS cache poisoning flaw could be exploited by an attacker to wreak havoc on vulnerable systems.
- May 14, 2008
Noted network security researcher Dan Kaminsky, director of penetration testing at IOActive, shares his research on Web-based attack techniques.
- March 26, 2008
Watchfire is halting its network and host-based research to focus solely on Web application security as part of its integration into IBM. The Waltham, Mass-based penetration vendor was acquired last year and become part of IBM's Rational development...
- September 05, 2007
Citrix Systems Inc. said it acquired XML security vendor QuickTree for its compiler technology and Java API for XML processing.
- July 12, 2007
Web security gateways combine layered defense against the rising tide of Web-based malware with URL filtering and application control.