vulnerability

  1. M

    A “tamper-proof” currency wallet just got backdoored by a 15-year-old

    A “tamper-proof” currency wallet just got backdoored by a 15-year-old
  2. M

    Spectre has another evil sibling that compromises the safe zone created by Intel SGX

    Spectre has another evil sibling that compromises the safe zone created by Intel SGX
  3. M

    Hackers could guess your phone PIN using its sensor data

    Hackers could guess your phone PIN using its sensor data
  4. M

    Microsoft posts critical patch for huge Windows vulnerability

    Microsoft posts critical patch for huge Windows vulnerability that affects all modern machines
  5. LazyLion

    Firefox 7 Released!

    http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011/09/28/firefox-7-security-fixes/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=status+message&utm_campaign=naked+security Get it here.... http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/
  6. jes

    Android security flaw to be patched soon

    Android security flaw to be patched soon Distributors of Android devices in South Africa explain how a huge security vulnerability detected this week affects users and what is being done to address it
  7. jes

    Smartphones are the next security vulnerability

    Smartphones are the next security vulnerability Devices such as smartphones and tablets are a significant future security risk, says McAfee
  8. jes

    Twitter vulnerability exploited

    Twitter vulnerability exploited A vulnerability in Twitter is being widely exploited on thousands of accounts UPDATE: Twitter seems to have patched the problem.
  9. jes

    Cracks in computer defenses abound says IBM

    Cracks in computer defenses abound says IBM IBM on Wednesday reported that the number of discovered cracks that hackers could exploit in computer software surged in the first half of the year.
  10. Jan

    Adobe products most targeted by malware

    Adobe products the number one target for malware Adobe products are currently the primary target for hackers and virus writers worldwide. According to Kaspersky Lab, Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader have become the primary vehicle for malware, due to their prevalence and multi-platform...
  11. D

    How do I know if my site is secure?

    A few months ago I asked some volunteers in this forum to "hack" my web site. The results were most encouraging, and I fixed numerous bugs. :erm: So my question ow is this: how do I know if my site is secure? Are there companies in SA (or elsewhere) who can audit the security? Is there a list...
  12. rpm

    Flash vulnerability exploited

    Flash vulnerability exploited
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