Well it’s March again and well we love March because it’s Pwn2Own time! Every year around this time we get some goodies to discuss way back since: 2008 – Mac owned on 2nd day of Pwn2Own hack contest 2009 – Charlie Miller Does It Again At PWN2OWN 2010 – Mozilla Beats Apple & Microsoft to [...]
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And Android security hits the news once again, it’s not a vulnerability in the OS per-say but rather in the browser based on the Webkit engine. It does highlight the inherent fragmentation problems with the Android platform and the security concerns that come with running old OS and software versions. It’s a problem that is [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
I have been following this contest and was wondering which OS would be first to fall (if any) seen as though they were all fully patched and the latest versions. For those that don’t know Pwn2Own is a contest at CanSecWest open to anyone to hack a Windows, Linux or Mac OSX box with a [...]
Apple has admitted that is has at LEAST three serious design weaknesses in it’s new application based firewall being rolled out with Mac OS X ‘Leopard’. It comes (somewhat oddly) only 24 hours after a Mac OS X security update that fixed 41 OS X and Safari security vulnerabilities. Previously independent researchers proved that Apple’s [...]