Web Application and Web 2.0 Threats News
September 18, 2015
News roundup: Additional research shows a Cisco router implant affects more devices than originally reported. Plus: Let's Encrypt's first cert issued; Tor in the library; the mitigated (but not fixed) iOS AirDrop vulnerability.
July 31, 2015
News roundup: New threats add to the Tor anonymity debate, as a new browser aims to take anonymous browsing to the next level. Plus: Android security outlook is bad -- or is it? Also, another Xen host escape flaw and Wassenaar revisions put on hold.
July 17, 2015
News roundup: Are the tides turning on mobile app safety? One white hat hacker's attempt to reverse-engineer the Subway app offers surprising results. Plus: CloudFlare Transparency Report; another call to eliminate RC4; Black Hat attendant survey.
June 19, 2015
News roundup: Details have emerged about weaknesses in OS X and iOS that allow attackers to upload malware and steal passwords and data. Plus: More jump on HTTPS bandwagon; CSO/CDO salaries increase; 23% of software app components contain flaws.
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The CryptXXX ransomware has been spreading through compromised legitimate websites that redirect to malicious sites. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this happens with WordPress. Continue Reading
With HTML5 taking over as the preferred technology over Adobe Flash, Flash content's days are numbered. Expert Michael Cobb discusses HTML5 security and features for developers. Continue Reading
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Application programming interfaces are in wide use, and hackers know it. Securing APIs needs to become a top IT priority. Continue Reading
Application program interfaces, or APIs, are nothing new in the IT world, but over the past ten years, public-facing APIs have risen from a handful to over 10,000. The function of APIs is to add capabilitiies to Web applications and mobile apps, ... Continue Reading
A recent study revealed app developers that use mobile cloud backup services put user credentials at risk. Expert Rob Shapland explains how to defend against the threat. Continue Reading
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Address bar spoofing attacks can be detrimental to an organization. Expert Michael Cobb details several vulnerabilities and explains how to defend against the threat. Continue Reading
Expert Michael Cobb explains the difference between cross-site scripting and cross-site scripting inclusion (XSSI) flaws. Continue Reading
Exploit kits and malware attacks have adopted a technique called domain shadowing to stay ahead of the game. Learn what domain shadowing is and how to defend against attacks using it. Continue Reading