Tag: static code analysis

Internet of Fails: Serious Vulnerability Found in Philips Smart TVs

Just a couple of decades ago, the Internet of Things (IoT) idea was restricted to sci-fi movies and novels. But the internet revolution has changed everything. Millions of new home appliances are going online on a daily basis, enabling hackers to spread malware, create botnets and harvest sensitive information worldwide.  

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Mobile Friday: Ten Commandments of Android Safety

The Android mobile platform has come a long way since its introduction in 2008. Almost 80% of smartphones activated last year (2013) were powered by the “green robot”. But the customizable interface and other open source advantages come at a price. Android is ridden with vulnerabilities. Android’s biggest convenience is also its biggest security issue.

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Bitcoin Crashing Due To Steep Rise in Cybercrime

The Bitcoin bandwagon has stalled. The value of the Cryptocurrency skyrocketed in 2013, but a downward trend is being witnessed this year. Investors and traders wishing to see Bitcoins in the mainstream e-commerce scene will probably have to wait a little longer. Besides the glaring lack of regulation and worrying price volatility, cybercriminal activity has

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3 Key Benefits of Automating Your Source Code Review

Automation has taken the business world by storm. We automate everything, from marketing to manufacturing and everything in between, and it often pays off: greater ROIs, higher productivity, less overworked employees. In application security, the same can be true. As web applications have become the essence of business in almost every industry, the risks have

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Cridex Banking Trojan Still Alive and Kicking

The Cridex Banking Trojan is wreaking havoc in Europe, especially in Germany. Hackers are implementing the traditional phishing methodology to trick victims into compromising their banking information. The Cridex malware has now officially overtaken the ZeuS Trojan and its clones thanks to the recent activity spike. Six different URL schemes are being used to cover-up

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Checkmarx Recognizes Young Israeli Talent At The Technion

The Technion has been Israel’s leading engineering institute for decades, providing the nation’s booming IT industry with great talent. This week the university’s Department of Computer Science hosted a unique “Start-Up Day”, sponsored by Checkmarx and six other software companies.  The Checkmarx delegation was led by the company’s CTO, Mati Siman. Besides engaging in chats

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Checkmarx Reaching New Heights – Now Second Highest Ranked Security Company In 2013 Deloitte Fast 500

Checkmarx is breaking all barriers. The Israeli IT Security firm has stormed into the Deloitte top-500 fastest growing EMEA companies, taking 69th place overall in the 2013 rankings. Technology Top 500 is a unique ranking research project, conducted annually by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL). Technology, telecommunications, software and internet companies are scanned and studied

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Istana Website Hacked; Singapore Cybercrime On The Rise

The list of hacked websites just keeps getting longer. The Istana website, official cyber-domain of Singapore’s Presidential Office, is the latest high-profile casualty. The Singaporean police have arrested two suspects, who have been charged under the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act, punishable by up to five years in prison.

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Obamacare Website Compromised; Security Issues Surface

The Obamacare website has now joined the ever-growing list of compromised portals. Reports of bad user-experience and rumors of security breaches have been making the rounds for weeks, but the newly launched national healthcare website (healthcare.gov) has now apparently fallen prey to a typical Cross-Site Scripting attack. 

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