Tag : HTML5

Android

Major Android Browser Flaw Allowing Hackers to Bypass SOP Mechanism

Sep 30, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | The Android platform has taken the world by storm in recent years. It was announced at Google’s recent 2014 I/O developer conference that over 538 million Android devices are currently in use worldwide. Android has now leapfrogged Apple’s iOS in the US, where it currently has almost 52% of the smartphone market share.

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HTML5

Learning from the Experts – How JavaScript and HTML5 Vulnerabilities Affect Application Security

May 20, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | Checkmarx recently sponsored an educational webinar to raise Application Security awareness amongst developers and IT professionals. JavaScript and HTML5 were given special attention in the online event hosted by SecureWorld. The aim was to shed some light on the vulnerabilities created by the integration of new features and functionality into the programming languages. Maty Siman from Checkmarx and LivePerson’s Yair Rovek shared their InfoSec Industry experiences backed by real-time demonstrations. Sam Masiello, Head of Application Security at Groupon, was the moderator. “Insecure code is all around us,” Masiello explained at the beginning of the webinar. “It doesn’t matter if you are running Windows, iOS, Android or Java. These loopholes, if left unpatched, leave your company data vulnerable.”

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Chrome

Chrome Eavesdropping Bug Exposed; Researcher Endorses SCA

May 01, 2014 By Sharon Solomon | Google Chrome has come a long way since its initial release back in 2008. Almost 60% of the users today prefer the Google-made browser. But even this fast and responsive browser has its vulnerabilities. Hackers can now eavesdrop on unsuspecting users and convert their voice to text without prior consent.  

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Facebook Can Track Every Letter You Type, Posted Or Not

Dec 18, 2013 By Sharon Solomon | The “blue and white” Facebook logo is arguably the most familiar graphic in today’s cyberspace. Almost one out of every nine people in the world has an active Facebook account. This social media giant definitely makes the world smaller place, but not without seriously compromising the user’s security and privacy.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #30

Sep 30, 2012 By asaphs | Hackers breach major Canadian based control system technology supplier
Hackers have within the last few days managed to hack a major Calgary based technology company, Telvent Canada, known to be major suppliers of control systems for electrical grids, public water systems, public transport functions and most of Canada’s oil and pipelines. Insiders say the hacking was substantial enough to warrant the intervention of the Canadian spy service, the RCMP and the federal government’s special cyber response agency.

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