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Adobe Patches Latest Flash Zero Day Vulnerability

There’s been a lot of news about this Adobe Flash Player vulnerability as apparently it has been exploited in the wild and Adobe were willing to push out an out-of-band patch for it – which means in their eyes it is really serious. They don’t have a great reputation for testing their software before releasing […]

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Clever Attack Allows Theft Of Names & Addresses From IE & Safari

There has been some very clever attacks lately, especially involving browsers and the kind of data they can leak when probed the right way. The biggest press recently was generated by the history leak that occurs in most browsers. Another clever attack that got some coverage lately was tabnapping and the latest is another fascinating […]

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Google Chrome Set To Follow Firefox In Blocking Out-of-date Plug-ins

It’s good news to see that Google is taking security issues seriously when it comes to its Chrome browser. This has been shown before when Google was Willing To Pay Bounty For Chrome Browser Bugs. And well honestly, we haven’t had a lot of news of exploits in Chrome. Perhaps it’s because the user-base just […]

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Google Willing To Pay Bounty For Chrome Browser Bugs

This is a pretty interesting development from Google and also seems to be coming much more common now, companies openly offering payments for bugs/vulnerabilities discovered in their software. It’s a chance for the white-hat guys to earn a few bucks, but honestly I don’t think it’s going to change anything. Especially not when we’re talking […]

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Browser Fuzzer 3 (bf3) – Comprehensive Web Browser Fuzzing Tool

Browser Fuzzer 3, or bf3, is a comprehensive web browser fuzzer. Browser Fuzzer 3 is designed as a hybrid framework/standalone fuzzer; the modules it uses are extensible but also highly integrated into the core. bf3 can be used via command line to set all necessary flags for each fuzzing operation. After initialization, bf3 creates test […]

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Google Releases New Browser Chrome – Vulnerabilities on First Day

So as most of you probably know the big buzz on the Internet last week was that Google (after supporting Firefox for so long) have actually launched their own browser. It’s cooled Google Chrome. Now of course in typical Google fashion they call it BETA software, and a number of flaws have popped up during […]

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Site Guesses Your Gender via Browsing History

This is a pretty old issue, but this is an interesting new implementation of an old idea. Using your browser history and by matching your browsing habits the site attempts to guess your gender with a weighting system according to the gender demographics for a list of fairly popular sites. It’s not super accurate unless […]

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Which Browser Users Are More Secure?

Some new statistics just came out regarding Browser Security, this is more in terms of which users are most likely to apply patches and be using the most secure version. I would have thought Firefox would have been pretty high since the newer series prompt automatically new patches. My only guess is a lot of […]

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Firefox Patches 8 Security Vulnerabilities with 2.0.0.1

Grab the new Firefox now, 2.0.0.1! 8 Security Vulnerabilities have been fixed in this last release of the year 2006. I’m glad to see Firefox upholding their quick turnaround and rapid fixing of issues that spring up during development and improvement of their product. Mozilla has released the first update for the Firefox 2.0 browser […]

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Hackers’ Project – Browser Exploit Code Hiding

Hackers are developing new software that will help hide browser attack code from some types of security software. The software, called VoMM (eVade o’ Matic Module), uses a variety of techniques to mix up known exploit code so as to make it unrecognizable to some types of antivirus software. Using these techniques, VoMM “can create […]

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