7 posts from February 2010

February 26, 2010

On a recent visit to Asia I had the opportunity to sit with many of our regional partners to discuss IT security regulations specific to web applications and databases. There was no surprise that PCI...Read More
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February 22, 2010

Ellen Messmer, at Network World, published a short, entertaining article about an unemployed Russian system administrator who hacked into a giant public billboard on a Moscow street, replacing the advertisement with a pornographic movie. …Interior...Read More
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February 11, 2010

OWASP just released episode number 59. They discuss a number of topics, but during the last third of the podcast they focus on the 32 million clear text passwords that were stolen from RockYou and...Read More
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February 10, 2010

Imperva has launched another resource: Cookie Poisoning. This resource contains information about Cookie Poisoning as well as related White papers, Webcasts, and videos. Cookie Poisoning attacks involve the modification of the contents of a cookie...Read More
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February 09, 2010

Today The Los Angeles Times ran an article about China shutting down a hacking academy.Called Black Hawk Safety Net, their advertisement read: Just a little training and you too could hack websites, earning thrills, power...Read More
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February 04, 2010

Network World's reporter Ellen Messmer published an article today about an Oracle vulnerability identified by David Litchfield for the purpose of refuting Larry Ellison's claim that his database was "unbreakable".David Litchfield, a researcher at NGS...Read More
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February 02, 2010

The NY Times published an article today about China's underworld. The reporter - David Barboza - interviews a Chinese hacker that goes by the handle - Majia. Internet security experts say China has legions of...Read More
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