Meetup Vulnerabilities: Escalation of Privilege and Redirection of Funds

Tag: XSS

7 Essential Resource Centers to Boost Your InfoSec IQ

Many applications today possess critical vulnerabilities – SQL injections (SQLi), Cross Site Scripting (XSS) and Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) being just a few of them. The first step in combating these security issues is getting to know how they work and learning about them from real life scenarios. Unfortunately, not all developers today are familiar with the

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Major Android Browser Flaw Allowing Hackers to Bypass SOP Mechanism

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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Hacking It Forward

How do security researchers stay motivated and interested? For some of us, it seems like one XSS flaw or SQL injection would look exactly like the next, but the thrill of discovering these security vulnerabilities is more than enough to keep the fire going for some researchers. Osanda Malith Jayathissa, a security researcher and graduate

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

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

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