Tag: disclosed

iPhone security flaws disclosed 
By Egan Orion | Oct 5, 2008 | Comment Now 
Security researcher Aviv Raff disclosed two iPhone security flaws Thursday that could allow attackers to trick people into unknowingly surfing to malicious destinations.
 
QuickTime exploit disclosed for 1-week-old version 
By Dan Kaplan | Sep 19, 2008 | Comment Now 
Just one week after Apple issues a new version of QuickTime, a fresh exploit has emerged.
 
VMware, Adobe vulnerabilities disclosed 
By Dan Kaplan | Sep 21, 2007 | Comment Now 
Virtualisation software maker VMware issued a bulky patch release today to shore up 18 vulnerabilities, most of which affect the critical ESX Server.
 
Trend Micro ServerProtect flaws disclosed 
By Frank Washkuch | May 9, 2007 | Comment Now 
Nnumerous boundary vulnerabilities have been disclosed in Trend Micro's ServerProtect product that could allow buffer overflow and DoS attacks.
 
Flaw in Winamp MP4 processing disclosed 
By Frank Washkuch | May 2, 2007 | Comment Now 
A hacker posted exploit code for a then-unknown vulnerability in the Winamp media player to the Milw0rm site on Monday.
 
Second Adobe Photoshop flaw disclosed in a week 
By Frank Washkuch | May 1, 2007 | Comment Now 
The hacker who last week disclosed a vulnerability in Adobe Photoshop posted exploit code for a fresh vulnerability in the product today.
 
New Mac OS X exploit disclosed 
By Shaun Nichols | Jan 15, 2007 | Comment Now 
Auto-launch feature in Safari leaves door open for attack.
 
Verizon apologizes for disclosed personal information 
By Dan Kaplan | Aug 28, 2006 | Comment Now 
Verizon Wireless has apologized after an employee accidentally disclosed an email attachment containing information about 5,000 customers to the public.
 
New IM, Valentine's Day threat disclosed 
By Frank Washkuch | Mar 10, 2006 | Comment Now 
Instant messenger users have another thing to worry about, according to security firm Symantec.
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Who do you trust most to protect your private data?







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Your bank
  38%
 
Your insurance company
  3%
 
A technology company (Google, Facebook et al)
  8%
 
Your telco, ISP or utility
  7%
 
A retailer (Coles, Woolworths et al)
  2%
 
A Federal Government agency (ATO, Centrelink etc)
  20%
 
An Australian law enforcement agency (AFP, ASIO et al)
  15%
 
A State Government agency (Health dept, etc)
  5%
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