Web Services Security and SOA Security News
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.
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