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  • January Android security update fixes 5 critical flaws, removes unneeded component

    05.01.2016

    Google has released the January security update for Android (for its Nexus devices).

  • Cisco Jabber flaw allows MitM attackers to wiretap communications

    04.01.2016

    A vulnerability in Cisco's Jabber client for Windows can be exploited by attackers to wiretap communications, steal user credentials, and to tamper with messages sent between the client and the Jabber gateway, Synacktiv researchers have warned.

  • The Tor Project announces bug bounty program

    04.01.2016

    Representatives of the Tor Project, the non-profit organization that maintains the software needed for using the Tor anonymity network and operates the Onion network, have announced the imminent creation of a bug bounty program aimed at finding and fixing security flaws in the software.

  • XSS, SQLi bugs found in several Network Management Systems

    17.12.2015

    Network Management System (NMS) offerings by Spiceworks, Ipswitch, Opsview and Castle Rock Computing have been found sporting several cross-site scripting and SQL injection flaws that could be exploited to extract information stored in databases and perform arbitrary code execution within the context of the authenticated user (and set up the stage for other attacks).

  • GCHQ open sources Gaffer, a data collection and mining framework

    15.12.2015

    GCHQ, the UK equivalent of the US National Security Agency (NSA), has released on Monday the source code of Gaffer, a graph database that optimised for "retrieving data on nodes of interest." "Gaffer is a framework that makes it easy to store large-scale graphs in which the nodes and edges have statistics such as counts, histograms and sketches.




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Most IT pros have seen potentially embarrassing information about their colleagues

More than three-quarters of IT professionals have seen and kept secret potentially embarrassing information about their colleagues, according to new research conducted by AlienVault.


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