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WordPress patches XSS, privilege escalation bugs
26 other vulnerabilities plugged in update.
Sep 16 2015 7:55PM
Netflix releases Sleepy Puppy anti-XSS tool
Helps devs tackle common yet dangerous security problem.
Sep 4 2015 10:01AM
Salesforce cross-scripting flaw put users at risk
Single sign on exacerbated problem.
Aug 17 2015 2:32PM
WordPress patches critical XSS vulnerability
Commenters could cross-site script.
Apr 28 2015 7:30AM
IBM plugs Tivoli MDM cross-scripting flaw
Users told to upgrade to secure version.
Dec 3 2014 12:23PM
eBay cross-scripting vulnerability exploited
Auction site slow to respond.
Sep 18 2014 8:20AM
Our wholly insecure web
[Blog post] Time to re-engineer for security.
Jun 17 2014 5:15PM
XSS behind a decade of bank hacks
Penetration testing research.
Nov 15 2013 4:01PM
Yahoo! dumps t-shirt bug bounty for $15,000 cheques
Security engineer bought tees with own cash
Oct 3 2013 2:25PM
NASDAQ slow to plug site vulns, pen tester says
Swiss pen testers report flaw.
Sep 18 2013 7:00AM
$5k bug bounty paid for Google.com XSS
Google Finance glitch.
Jul 31 2013 12:29PM
'Shoddy' software leaves major holes in NSA site
Attackers could impersonate web traffic.
Jul 2 2013 7:30AM
OWASP Top 10 released for 2013
Injection, broken authentication/session management and cross-site scripting make up the top three spots.
Jun 13 2013 10:11AM
Google ups bug bounty rewards
Gmail bugs worth $5000.
Jun 12 2013 10:58AM
Twitter, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Yahoo open to hijacking
Cookie cockup permits account takeover.
Mar 22 2013 4:30PM
Kim Dotcom's Mega details first wave of security bugs
Netted through bug bounty program.
Feb 12 2013 7:25AM
Spammers stole Yahoo Xtra contact lists: exec
Feb 11 2013 5:47PM
Mega security bugs detailed
Serious bugs found.
Feb 11 2013 1:28PM
PayPal's security works
PayPal's Andy Steingruebl knows security is not an insular task. By looking outside of its own walls, the company has taken the fight to the enemy, and helped everyone else in the process.
Feb 5 2013 9:25AM
XSS attacks boomed
Cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection attacks remain the most prominent cyber attack method.
Jan 31 2013 9:40AM
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