Tag: Java

All You Wanted To Know About Web Browser Security

The web browser has come a long way since its invention in late 1990. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Explorer/Edge have now taken the world by storm with their evolving user-friendly features. They have boosted productivity significantly thanks to their seamless integration with leading third-party applications and plug-ins. Unfortunately, web browser security is an

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Your Weekly Security Wrap-Up: Yahoo, Sears, YouTube & More

Yahoo’s in the news again with a new vulnerability (now fixed) and a starring role, unknown to them, in the Brit’s surveillance methods. With Sears possibly facing another breach and a cache of 360 million user credentials found for sale on the black market, there’s a lot to know about so take a few minutes

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Path Manipulation, Directory Traversal, and interesting JAVA code

Directory Traversal Attacks Directory Traversal (CWE: 22) is usually considered a subset of Path Manipulation (CWE: 73). Directory Traversal, also referred to as Path Traversal,  attacks occur by manipulating variables with the ‘../’ (dot-dot-slash is another name this attack sometimes goes by) sequences, and attempt to access directories and files stored in a system. Path Directory

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