Web Services Security and SOA Security News
June 13, 2016
Symantec agreed to acquire Blue Coat Systems for $4.65 billion, with Blue Coat CEO Greg Clark taking over as new CEO of the combined company.
May 26, 2016
In order to stop metadata snooping by law enforcement and hackers, a proposed spec aims to improve DNS privacy with TLS.
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.
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A reported 43% of Microsoft XML users are running vulnerable versions of the software. Security expert Michael Cobb discusses how to mitigate the risks. Continue Reading
In this expert Q&A, platform security expert Michael Cobb explains how a secure FTP protocol can improve websites and Web services. Continue Reading
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The recent Ruby on Rails security vulnerabilities can be patched. Expert Michael Cobb discusses the fallout and offers help with remediation planning. Continue Reading
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