Tag: SQL Injection

eBay Data Breach: A Big Wake-Up Call for e-Commerce Giants

eBay, the world’s largest and most used eCommerce platform, has suffered a major security breach. More than 100 million users have been affected in what has become this year’s biggest cybercrime so far. It’s still not clear how the intruders gained access to the eBay databases, but this is definitely the right time to bolster

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7 Tips For Choosing The Right Tool To Secure Your Application

With more and more leading applications and websites are being hacked, internet users are thinking twice before sharing personal information online. With hacktivism, commercial espionage and criminal hackings on the rise, it has become extremely crucial to safeguard databases and make sure that adequate application-layer security is in place. Unfortunately, the responsibility for providing this

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Web App Attacks: 7 Takeaways from the New Verizon DBIR

Hackers going after Web applications are getting smarter and faster by automating their malicious tools, and organizations are struggling to keep up. This was among the biggest revelations in Verizons’ 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report. The report analyzed over 63,000 security incidents over the past year, 1,367 of which resulted in a breach. It may

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Kickstarter Website Compromised; InfoSec Executives On Alert

The hacks just keep on coming. Kickstarter, arguably the world’s largest crowdfunded website, has joined the list of high-profile casualties. The site suffered a serious data breach that has probably led to the leakage of personal information and data, including encrypted passwords that can easily be cracked. Kickstarter had no idea that their database was

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US-CERT Releases InfoSec Guidelines For 2014 Winter Olympics

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games begin on February 6 in Sochi, Russia. While always a spectacular and festive event, the technological aspect brings in numerous Information Security issues. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (Department of Homeland Security) has released a formal advisory ahead of the Sochi Games.

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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 #28

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

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #27

Could a lack of web application security be affecting your businesses share price? It has been noted that in larger corporations the linkage of the brand to a string of negative security issues can seriously affect the share price for the worse.

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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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Analysis of Drupal Security Vulnerabilities

Drupal is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) and content management framework (CMF) written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. It is used as a back-end system for at least 2.1% of all websites worldwide ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites including whitehouse.gov and data.gov.uk. It is also used for knowledge management and business collaboration.

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