Monthly Archives: March 2011

Beware of A New XSS on Facebook

New Cross-site scripting vulnerability has been detected on Facebook and widely exploited in the mobile API version, this vulnerability allows a malicious user to include JavaScript content into a website and redirect victim’s browser to the prepared URL. I have

Clearing Cookies and Privacy Concerns

Hey, I found a web site that’s giving out free cookies! Response: Great, I’ll bring the milk! Cookies also known as a web cookie, browser cookie, and HTTP cookie, are a technology that allows website to store on user’s computer

PTES White-Hat Hackers Initiative

New standard for penetration testing has been created with a wide set of rules to improve ethical hacking work and penetration testing mission. Penetration Testing Execution Standard – PTES is the name of this standard that will help to have

RemoteExec:Powerful & Affordable MS Management

Installation, configuration, and management of software are large part of most system administrator’s jobs. Admin respond to installation and configuration requests from users, apply updates to fix security problems, and supervise transitions to new software releases that may offer both

Hackers Exploit Latest Microsoft MHTML Bug

Microsoft is investigating new public reports of vulnerability in all supported editions of Microsoft Windows. The vulnerability could allow an attacker to cause a victim to run malicious scripts when visiting various Web sites, resulting in information disclosure. This impact

GFI MAX MailArchive Flexible Secure Solution

GFI Software has released GFI MAX MailArchive, an external service that allows business to archive email messages in a geographically distributed data centers for the possibility to follow prepare and search content. Platform-service can be used either independently or as

Microsoft About to Patch Last Year Vulnerability!

Microsoft is preparing for a relatively modest Patch Tuesday with only three security bulletins. Among the three there are only one rated “critical”, while the other two are “important”. The critical bulletin, as well as one of the bulletins classified