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Technology | Posted on 27 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on MySQL.com Compromised | Tagged with , , .

An email to the Full Disclosure mailing list has indicated that the main MySQL.com website is vulnerable to a blind SQL injection vulnerability. The email from Jack Haxor contained database listings,

Technology | Posted on 25 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on This Connection Is Untrusted – Part 2 | Tagged with , .

Web browsers will complain when they can not validate a SSL certificate. In the past, I’ve written about the untrusted connection warnings related to unknown certificate authorities and certificate mismatches.

Technology | Posted on 23 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on Still Using IE6? | Tagged with , .

This site gets a fair number of users that are still surfing the web with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6. We don’t have any indication why these site visitors are still

Technology | Posted on 19 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on RSA Falls To APT | Tagged with , , .

RSA has posted an open letter stating that they have fallen victim to an Advanced Persistent Threat. An APT is a continuous advanced attack against specified targets to collect

Technology | Posted on 15 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on Twitter Adds HTTPS Setting | Tagged with , .

According to a recent blog post, Twitter has added a full time HTTPS setting to their service. The new setting will force the use of SSL for all pages rather

Technology | Posted on 13 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on Targeted Attacks Use MHTML Exploit | Tagged with , , , .

A post on the Google security blog has stated that the MHTML vulnerability is being actively exploited. The MHTML protocol, which is unique to Internet Explorer, allow  the browser

Technology | Posted on 5 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on IE6 Countdown! | Tagged with , .

Friends don’t let friends use Internet Explorer 6. That’s the message that Microsoft is trying to convey on their new IE6 countdown site. The 10 year old browser has

Technology | Posted on 2 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on Get Ready for Pwn2Own 2011 | Tagged with , , , , , .

Pwn2Own 2011 is quickly approaching. TippingPoint is offering $125,000 for successful exploits of the four major browsers and four cell phones. The browsers in the lineup this year include Internet