Critical XSS Flaw Discovered in Barack Obama’s Website

A security research team called Vulnerability-Lab have discovered a persistent XSS vulnerability in the official website of Barack Obama. This is not the first time that the president’s website was targeted. About a year ago SecurityShell reported a similar XSS vulnerability on their blog. This time the president was lucky; the hackers were ethical and […]

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US Police Servers Breached in New Anonymous Attack

On the 31st of July 2011, the system administrator of Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing (BJM) was working on his newly upgraded servers. At exactly the same time a hacker was slowly sniffing his way through the same systems and picking up everything in his tracks. The hacker had rooted the system so deeply that he was able to report […]

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90% of US Companies Hacked!

Alarming results have been announced following a recent survey conducted by the Ponemon Research Institute and Juniper Networks. In their survey, 583 American companies were interviewed on security related questions. The result seems to correlate with what we have been seeing in the media during the past year; hackers are nearly always successful in their […]

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