Web Application Security

Microsoft patches 17 critical bugs and 34 important bugs as part of its monthly security bulletin. Browser vulnerabilities took center stage in Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday security bulletin. In all, Microsoft patched 17 bugs rated critical, with ten tied to

Adobe has released security patches for a total 112 vulnerabilities in its products, most of which have a higher risk of being exploited. The vulnerabilities addressed in this month’s patch Tuesday affect Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe Connect,

Besides Timehop, another data breach was discovered last week that affects users of one of the largest web hosting companies in Germany, DomainFactory, owned by GoDaddy. The breach initially happened back in last January this year and just emerged last

Facebook has admitted that the company gave dozens of tech companies and app developers special access to its users’ data after publicly saying it had restricted outside companies to access such data back in 2015. It’s an unusual clear view

Security researchers have discovered a number of flaws in Git that could have enabled hackers to run remote code on a victim’s PC. Git is version control system used for source code management in software development. According to a advisory

A week after issuing updates on Patch Tuesday, Adobe has posted patches for a second slew of 24 critical vulnerabilities, which have a higher risk of being exploited. This week’s crop of vulnerabilities, of which there were 47 overall, impact

A recent spate of attacks using phishing, social engineering, exploits, and obfuscation are being used to spread a Quant Loader trojan capable of distributing ransomware and password stealers. Researchers at Barracuda last month began spotting malicious zipped Microsoft internet shortcut

MOST OF THE traffic on the web is encrypted. And more websites are adopting basic encryption measures every day. That means that, in theory, eavesdroppers have a hard time seeing whom you’re writing to on Gmail or what you’re looking