• April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    DNS rebinding attack

    DNS rebinding is an exploit in which the attacker uses JavaScript in a malicious Web page to gain control of the victim's router. The attack works on widely-used routers such as D-Link and Linksys and could, in fact, target any device that uses a...  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Video: Telecom carriers bolster security services

    Kerry Bailey of Verizon and Stan Quintana of AT&T explain their companies' expanding role as security service providers, now and in the near future.  Continue Reading

  • April 11, 2008 11 Apr'08

    Oracle preps CPU for 41 flaws

    Oracle said Thursday that it is prepping a Critical Patch Bulletin (CPU) to address 41 security holes across its product line. According to the database giant's advance CPU bulletin, attackers ...  Continue Reading

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