Blog Posts Tagged with "Browser Security"

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How to be exposed via xss - in one click - just doing your job...

April 16, 2010 Added by:Jason Remillard

As the attacks on infrastructure become more complicated, the true nature of deep penetration attacks prove food for thought for all developers and operators.  Consider this case - where the apache open source infratructure itself became significantly exposed by a simple XSS attack that utilized some social engineering techniques (i.e. getting folks to click on things), to load others up with...

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Gangs Are Targeting Your Kids Via the Internet

April 05, 2010 Added by:Theresa Payton

Word for the Week: Cyber Banging. Also called Net Banging - This refers to the internet recruiting process that gangs use to target kids. Gangs typically target high school and middle school kids but there are cases where kids as young as 8 have been recruited.

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Quandary of Social Media Security

April 05, 2010 Added by:Mike Meikle

I was recently asked a question regarding the top IT concerns for social media (Web 2.0) implementation plan. Well, in my view information security is at the top.

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HTML insecurities

March 16, 2010 Added by:_ Comet

A breif history and evolution of the web...Way back when, the first webserver was created, serving HTML documents.  HTML was designed to show documents with hypertext links, and also to allow the documents to have semantic markup that would be displayed to the reader.

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De-cloaking in Internet Explorer

February 13, 2010 Added by:Fred Williams

I ran across a pretty interesting article on RSnake's blog about using a URL to get users to disclose personal information. I tested this in IE8 and the posting claims it works in IE6 and IE7 as well.  I tested in Firefox with and without NoScripts enabled and it doesn't work.  Yay Firefox!

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Why Regular Malware Scanning is important for your customers...

December 15, 2009 Added by:Jason Remillard

The path to website security is littered with good intensions of course, however, the intensions need a revamp in order to prove good.  In this case, the good ol' days of giving your clients an ssl cert, a simple firewall on there server are NOT GOOD ENOUGH.

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