Tag: Application Security

What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #33

Muslim Hacker Group Attack US National weather Service A Hacking group from Kosovo calling themselves the Hackers Security group have released sensitive hacked data from the US National weather service. The stolen information included, files from the web server and other sensitive data that could be used for a later attack.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol#26

Microsoft vulnerable to VPN attack Microsoft’s MS-CHAP v2 (Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol version 2) which is used to authenticate users in PPTP-based (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) VPNs has been shown to be vulnerable to hacks according to reports from the recent Defcon conference.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #20

Yahoo left red-faced after SQL injection vulnerability reveals nearly half a million passwords! A hacking group who name themselves ‘DD3Ds Company’ have, within the last few days leaked 453,492 yahoo text passwords for Yahoo accounts. DD3Ds Company now claim that they attained the passwords by means of SQL injection against a poorly secured Yahoo subdomain. Security

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #19

Cyber Attacks on ATM and online banking are at an all time high Cyber Attacks which are aimed at online banking applications are at an all time high, according to several security experts. Unsurprisingly, almost one third of all attacks were aimed at banks which reside in the Gulf, where the banks are swelling with oil

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #18

What are the Top Flaws in Web Applications? When it comes to security, web applications are consistently the most vulnerable to penetration. Here are some of the top flaws in web applications:

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #17

PayPal to Grant Money for Reported Vulnerabilities Asking hackers to report security breaches they find without being rewarded doesn’t seem to work. There has to be some kind of an incentive. EBay, Amazon, Sony and now PayPal will provide security researchers who discover vulnerabilities in its website with money prizes. This encourages hackers to search

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #16

WHMCS still vulnerable after latest string of attacks WHMCS is a UK supplier of technical support and customer service is yet again the victim of a Ddos attack, due to its inability to mend an already known SQL Injection vulnerability. The embarrassment continued for the company in the days following where a hacker was auctioning

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #15

5 of the most famous hacks, ever!  Hacking has pretty much been a concept which has been around since as long as the internet has. Sometimes the criminals go after governments to make political statements, like the recent hacks seen against the Chinese Government, sometimes it’s all about an online cyber war, as was seen

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Coding Security Into Applications – Secure SDLC

We wanted to share with you an excellent article written by Richard Janezic from midsizeinsider.com that covers the alarming state of application security, and how many of the current security vulnerabilities can be prevented by dedicating more thought into developing a secure coding methodology utilizing technologies that are available in the marketplace and considerably reduce the complexity

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What’s HOT In Application Security Vol #14

Are Chinese Hackers threatening the US economy using malware? According to a McClatchy-Tribune report this month “Chinese attempts to collect U.S. technological and economic information will continue at a high level and will represent a growing and persistent threat to U.S. economic security.” The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department’s national security

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