Posts Tagged ‘Vulnerability Research’

JavaScript Vulnerability in Apple iOS Safari

MajorSecurity have published a security advisory for a moderate vulnerability that affect Mobile Safari web browser for Apple iOS ,  the bug is tested on several devices including iPhone4, iPhone4S, iPad2 and iPad3 running iOS 5.1. Attacker can use this vulnerability to display a malicious website that can be used for a phishing attack as [...]

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Client-Side Vulnerabilities Extra Protection

Today using online resources with a vulnerable system can make you exposed for new malwares and attacks, windows or any other operating system provides the daily automatic update for the OS component but not to all browser plugins and programs. Your browser may be insecure for multiple reasons. It may contain a software issue that [...]

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Critical Windows Remote Vulnerability Exploit

A new post has been released yesterday providing a script to exploit a critical vulnerability in windows, the vulnerability has been discovered since the 7th of September. Up to this Monday the vulnerability can lead only to a failure in the system but now and after Stephen Fewer from Metasploit issued this script publicly it [...]

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SANS: Rising numbers of zero-day vulnerabilities

TippingPoint and Qualys two security companies have been involved in a study named “The Top Cyber Security Risks” revealed that more than half of all cyber attacks are targeting applications and websites. This report is based on information collected from March to August 2009 from customers that are using the Intrusion prevention system and network [...]

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Vulnerability in Apple Mac Keyboards

All keyboards include a processors and memory chip. Apple keyboard is not an exception. They contain an 8 KB flash memory and 256 bytes of RAM. K.Chen researcher at Georgia institute of Technology presented at the Black Hat conference how it is easy to install a malicious code directly into the apple keyboard. Cracking Apple [...]

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Anti-Malware Testing Standard In‐The‐Cloud Security Products

The AMTSO has released a new best practices related to testing the cloud products. This pdf document covers several topics such as virtualization, connection filtering and the repeatability of the tests and an example Methodology for testing in‐the‐Cloud Solutions.Among the participants of this release some anti-virus companies like Symantec, McAfee and Trend Micro. By lunching [...]

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