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Another Android Stagefright Vulnerability is Exposed

In mid March, the advanced software researchers at NorthBit released a video and detailed research PDF demonstrating proof of concept of a notorious exploit that can essentially offer hackers control over device hardware and data of certain Android phones. This latest exploit of Android’s Stagefright is referred to as “Metaphor.”

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Buffer Overflow

Buffer Overflow: The Mother of All Vulnerabilities

The Buffer Overflow vulnerability has been around for almost 3 decades and it’s still going strong. Hackers all around the world continue to name it as their default tactic due to the huge number of susceptible web applications. But what steps are organizations (devs) taking to combat this vulnerability? What role does secure coding play in eliminating this threat? This article

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Swift Vulnerabilities: What the New Language Did Not Fix

Swift is a new language developed by Apple for iOS and OS X development. Introduced at Apple’s developer conference WWDC 2014, the language is designed to eventually replace Objective-C and provide several important benefits, one of which is greater resilience against erroneous code. This research, published originally on Dr.Dobb’s, covers how Swift compares with Objective-C

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