VulnerabilitiesBy Bryan on February 13, 2012 | Vulnerabilities
Google Wallet was released a few months ago and has become an easy way to pay for your purchases in East as well as West Coast, Dallas, Chicago and many other places throughout U.S. But where money transactions are involved, criminals always put a lot of effort into trying to steal as much money as possible. As Google announced a few days ago, there has been a Google Wallet mobile security hack revealed. All the details below. Read more.By Gina on February 7, 2012 | Vulnerabilities
Recently, Oracle released a patch which fixed denial-of-service vulnerability in the Oracle WebLogic Server, Application Server and iPlanet Web Server. In a security bulletin Oracle warned that "vulnerability may be remotely exploitable without authentication, i.e., it may be exploited over a network without the need for a username and password." Oracle pointed out that a fix for the same vulnerability in the GlassFish Server was released last month. Read more.By Gina on December 22, 2011 | Vulnerabilities
Adobe released Tuesday patch for vulnerability that was found earlier in Reader and Acrobat 9.x. Attack due to Adobe was aimed towards Reader 9.x using malformed PDF documents that were attached to fictitious emails.Day after the Adobe discovered vulnerability Symantec security researchers announced that attacks had targeted defense contractors and other individuals. As a result, hackers were hoping to steal confidential information for their malicious intentions. Read more.By Gina on December 7, 2011 | Vulnerabilities
Adobe announced today that hackers are exploiting security hole in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Malicious hackers are trying to use flaw that exists in Adobe Reader X (10.1.1) and its earliest version for Windows and Mac systems. For UNIX systems cybercriminals may exploit Adobe Reader 9.4.6 and earlier 9.x versions. Adobe Acrobat X (10.1.1) and its earlier versions for Windows and Macs. Read more.