Posts Tagged ‘exploits’

Android ‘Master Key’ Bug Exploits

Code and everything that goes with it for the “master key” vulnerability in Android is out in the public, so
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Google Fixes Holes in Chrome 27

Google released Chrome 27, which includes a long list of security fixes for the browser, many of which are for
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ColdFusion Flaws Patched

As promised, Adobe released security patches for its ColdFusion application server on Tuesday, addressing four critical vulnerabilities actively exploited by
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Researchers Bypass Microsoft IE Fix

Microsoft is facing a Zero Day with Internet Explorer and while they work to patch the issue, they developed a
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Korenix Fixes Vulnerability

Korenix mitigated the undocumented hard-coded root credentials in the firmware of its Korenix JetPort 5600 system application, according to a
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Browser Exploits, Mobile Devices Top Threats

Browser-related exploits, like recent ones for Internet Explorer and Java, are increasing along with renewed concerns around social media password
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Hole Exists; Wrong Vendor Selected

It wasn’t that long ago when a report came out saying there was a “hard-coded” credentials and improper access controls
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Test: AV Products Fail in Protection

Nine of 13 consumer antivirus products tested failed to provide adequate protection against exploits targeting two recent critical Microsoft vulnerabilities,
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Framework Shows Android Security Holes

As if it wasn’t already abundantly clear, XYSEC Labs security experts developed the Android Framework for Exploitation (AFE), an open
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Attackers Jump at Cross-Platform Flaws

Even though Windows and Mac remain well separated as platforms, there are a number of applications that run on both
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