Tag : e-Commerce

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Cyber Crime Statistics Infographic

May 25, 2016 By Paul Curran | How much are cyber attacks costing organizations across the world? Which breaches are the most costly to fix and how prepared are these organizations? Find out in our cyber crime statistics infographic below.

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The AliExpress XSS Hacking Explained

Mar 24, 2015 By Sharon Solomon | This post was originally published on the AppSec-Labs blog.   As you may have heard it was recently advertised that AliExpress, one of the world’s largest online shopping websites, was found to have substantial security shortcomings. As one of the people who discovered the Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability, I would like to discuss and elaborate on it in the following post.   A few months ago, I purchased some items from AliExpress. After the purchase, I sent a message to the seller in order to ask him a question regarding the items. From my experience as an application security expert at AppSec Labs, I had suspected that it might be vulnerable to a certain security breach, and so I started to investigate the issue locally without harming the system or its users.  

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Mind Your Fingers. Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner Exploited

Apr 22, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | Fingerprint scanners are becoming the rage in the smartphone industry. Apple introduced its proprietary sensor in its flagship 5s device last year and Samsung has done it recently with its new Galaxy S5 model. But its not all good news. The Korean manufacturer’s latest security solution can be rendered useless with a simple home-made PCB mould.  

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Simple Ways to Boost E-commerce Website Security

Feb 26, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | The security standards of today’s E-commerce websites are surprisingly low considering the amount of business they conduct. With more and more consumers doing their shopping online, hackings have reached epidemic proportions. InfoSec officials face a tough task, but cybercrime can be countered. Besides educating consumers to practice safe browsing habits and avoid unknown WiFi networks, there are a few steps that must be taken by all CISO’s and InfoSec executives. The biggest problem today is the lack of secure software and plugins in websites.

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Cybersecurity Checklist For Holiday Shopping & Travel

Nov 27, 2013 By Sarah Vonnegut | For many in the U.S., the Thanksgiving weekend officially begins at the end of today’s work day and thus starts the beginning of the holiday season. This year there will already be enough pains to deal with: congested roads, packed stores and airports, not to mention messy weather. One headache you can avoid is Cybercrime, so take these fairly simple steps to keep yourself and your gadgets secure while traveling and shopping.

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