Tag : Hacking

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #35

Nov 09, 2012 By asaphs | 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 Reuters.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #34

Oct 30, 2012 By asaphs | 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 encryption whatsoever.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #33

Oct 22, 2012 By asaphs | 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#31

Oct 09, 2012 By asaphs | This Year’s Hack In The Box Conference To Hold Big Hitters In The Web Application Security World
This year’s famous Hack In The Box security conference is being held in Kuala Lumpur. Among the interesting events, Google will be hosting its Pwnium competition which first debuted at the CanSecWest security conference in March in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #29

Sep 18, 2012 By asaphs | More than half of all companies experienced a security breach in the past year and a half
More than half of all companies in the world experienced some kind of security breach in the past 18 months; worrying statistic, given the level of damage a security breach can do to a company. The statement comes from a report which was released last week dubbed the “Software Security Risk Report”.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #28

Sep 12, 2012 By asaphs | Web hosting company GoDaddy hacked
GoDaddy, the web hosting service provider was hacked on Monday by a supporter of Anonymous, a self-proclaimed group of rogue hackers. The attack also affected many of GoDaddy’s customers. The attack caused GoDaddy and many of the company’s 10.5 million customer’s web sites to go down for several hours on Monday afternoon. The person behind the attack claimed that the GoDadddy and its affiliated sites collapsed under a flood of traffic caused by a DDoS attack.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #25

Aug 20, 2012 By asaphs | WikiLeaks crippled by DDoS attacks
A group who call themselves AntiLeaks has claimed responsibility for the crippling hack on the famous site WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.  WikiLinks claimed that that their servers were attacked by 10 Gbps of false traffic per second. The attack was also reported to be a sustained one lasting a total of 9 days. If this is true, it may also have been one of the longest sustained DDoS attacks on record.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #24

Aug 14, 2012 By asaphs | Facebook accused of falsely verifying developers apps security
An investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has disclosed that Facebook took no steps whatsoever to authenticate the security of Facebook apps who were awarded a Facebook verification badge.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #18

Jul 02, 2012 By Administrator | 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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