Tag: Cloud Security

Cloud Application Security

All You Wanted To Know About Cloud Security

The IT world is advancing at an astonishing pace. Just a few years ago data was stored physically on databases and software was managed manually. But today more and more organizations are gravitating towards cloud based solutions for their computing needs. While being extremely convenient, cheap and hassle-free, insecure programming can lead to a plethora of vulnerabilities and

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #40

Shape Security: Getting Down to the Root of Hacking When treating an illness, it is generally more effective to treat the source of the problem rather than the symptoms. Shape Security is trying to do the same in the field of website security. While all other products are geared towards a faster, cheaper, and better

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #39

2013 Threat Predictions This past week, one of the frontrunners in high-performance network security announced their predictions for the top threats of 2013. The following are highlights of the top 3. 1. Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) – Generally known to target specific classified information by using various methods and vectors, this coming year they are

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #37

Hacktivists reach a new level of cyber terror in Israel Since the outbreak of hostilities between Gaza and Israel, several Israeli companies as well as those doing business with them have absorbed quite a few cyber attacks. According to various sources, 44 million attacks have been prevented since rockets began falling.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #36

EU Official hacked at an Internet Security Conference A European Union Official has come out in a statement which declared that her staff was hacked when they attended an internet Security conference last month in Azerbaijan. EC Vice President Neelie Kroes, released a statement about the ironic hack in her blog last week, where she

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #35

Securities and Exchanges Commission leaves sensitive data vulnerable to hackers  Staff of the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) have left highly sensitive information from exchanges open to hacking and other cyber attacks because they miserably and negligently failed to secure their data  and devices to the required standards. This statement came after inside information was leaked to the News Agency

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #34

Foreign Hacker Steals 387,000 Credit Card Numbers From South Carolina’s Department of Revenue A foreign hacker has managed to steal nearly 400,000 credit and debit card numbers as well as 3.6 million Social Security numbers from the South Carolina’s Department of Revenue. While most of the stolen credit card details were encrypted, 16,000 had no

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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 #22

Game publisher Ubisoft in hot water due to serious security threat Ubisoft is a household name synonymous with fantastic, exciting games and also with a zero tolerance approach to game piracy. The company has been plagued with problems recently after the Uplay network has been absolutely overloaded with issues; outages, technical issues and now security!

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