Security

It’s HTTPS or bust for Firefox – Mozilla – Deprecating Non-Secure HTTP

11 May , 2015  

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Mozilla’s plan to compel the use of encryption by default in Firefox faces backlash from Web developers. Mozilla is on a mission to make encryption on the Web ubiquitous, but the cost could prove too high to pay. In a blog post made last week, Firefox Security Lead Richard Barnes declared that Mozilla would be “setting a […]

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The best way to protect passwords may be creating fake ones- NoCrack

9 May , 2015  

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Password managers are a great way to supply random, unique passwords to a high number of websites. But most still have an Achilles’ heel: Usually, a single master password unlocks the entire vault. But a group of researchers has developed a type of password manager that creates decoy password vaults if a wrong master password is […]

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Dropbox users are getting baited by phishing email attacks

7 May , 2015  

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Cyber criminals are targeting Dropbox users with some fake email which attracts users to click on some links to download urgent and highly confidential documents which in turn redirects to a webmail account for a phishing scam.The page enfolds into various clickable icons such as Gmail , Yahoo, Outlook. Phishing is one method they can use to […]

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WordPress 4.1.2 version released, fixes critical security bugs

5 May , 2015  

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WordPress 4.1.2 is the latest version of WordPress to be released to the public. A critical security release for all previous versions, WordPress 4.1.2 fixes as much as four other security issues. The earlier versions of WordPress including version 4.1.1 were affected by a serious critical cross-scripting vulnerability, which could enable anonymous users to compromise […]

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Vulnerability in Bomgar Remote Support Portal – PHP Object Injection

4 Apr , 2015  

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A Bomgar-specific Vulnerability Report has been issued May 5, 2015, by CERT under CVE-2015-0935. Bomgar Remote Support version 14.3.1 and possibly earlier versions deserialize untrusted data without sufficient validation. An unauthenticated attacker can inject arbitrary input to at least one vulnerable PHP file, and authenticated attackers can inject arbitrary input to multiple vulnerable PHP files. […]

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New Google reCAPTCHA: The FREE anti-abuse service, Say I’m not a robot with just a Click

4 Dec , 2014  

Yesterday Google introduced a new version of captcha… Now this is really a good news for us, being a developer or any service provider we really don’t want to miss any our our valuable client just because of wrong captcha. Now saying that I am not robot is just a click away. Users would then […]

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Security Trick – for Who Disable Javascript From Browser

18 Sep , 2013  

A Question to all Developers – What will you do if the user disables Javascript from browser options. That way anybody can submit the form without getting alerted for missing fields and the validations you added to the page ??? Here I am to show you we can add a security in the browser with […]

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Introducing SQL Buddy, a web based MySQL Administration tool

18 Sep , 2013  

Hi Everyone, Today I got something new for you, yes its SQL Buddy. Its a web based MySQL Administration tool . SQL Buddy is a web application with open source software and a web based interface to administer the database MySQL. I was just installing the latest version of WAMP Server on my system & […]

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