Logical and Technical Vulnerabilities – What they are and how can they be detected?

Web vulnerabilities can be split into two distinct groups; Technical Vulnerabilities and Logical Vulnerabilities. Technical vulnerabilities can be found by using automated processes, such as scanning a website with a web vulnerability scanner. On the other hand, logical vulnerabilities can only be detected manually. This article explains the difference between technical and logical web vulnerabilities […]

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Improving WordPress Security

It is well known that WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) on the World Wide Web. Developed with PHP, and powered by mySQL databases, WordPress is used by an astonishing 8.5% of all websites. Web delivered malware and website cracking are becoming increasingly common. With such a large percentage of web content […]

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Acunetix Partner Intouch World to Participate in the Jailbreak Session at Nullcon Goa

International Security Conference Begins 27 February Acunetix partner Intouch World, a multi service, professional IT consulting organization based in Bangalore, India, will participate in the Jailbreak Session at Nullcon Goa 2013. Nullcon Goa is an international security conference for CXOs, Security Researchers, IT Professionals and Senior Management. It’s a collaborative environment for the presentation and […]

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There’s no Guarantee of Security

When it comes to the web, there’s never a guarantee of complete security. In fact, a clean bill of health doesn’t mean you truly have a clean bill of health. Similar to how a blood test or MRI scan cannot possibly find all health-related problems in our bodies, there’s no true way to find every […]

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