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3 Keys To Securing Your Web Site

We all hope it won’t happen to us.  We keep our typing fingers crossed.  But one day, it will.  Web site owners who have been doing business online for some length of time know all the trouble one hacker can cause. Once a hacker gains access to a Web site they can do a devastating [...]

Security Update for SquirrelMail

The SquirrelMail Team is pleased to announce the release of SquirrelMail version 1.4.18. The most notable changes for this version are several security fixes, including a couple XSS exploits, a session fixation issue, and an obscure but dangerous server-side code execution hole. However, this version also includes three new languages and more than a few [...]

DNS Loophole Details Leaked

IOActive ( director of penetration testing Dan Kaminsky advises immediate patching following the accidental leak of specific technical details of a domain name service flaw he discovered earlier in the month, eWeek reports.
The details were posted on a well-read blog July 21 despite Kaminsky’s plans to keeping the specifics of his discovery secret until the [...]