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WordPress patches XSS, privilege escalation bugs
26 other vulnerabilities plugged in update.
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Netflix releases Sleepy Puppy anti-XSS tool
Helps devs tackle common yet dangerous security problem.
Sep 4 2015 10:01AM
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Single sign on exacerbated problem.
Aug 17 2015 2:32PM
WordPress patches critical XSS vulnerability
Commenters could cross-site script.
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IBM plugs Tivoli MDM cross-scripting flaw
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Auction site slow to respond.
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Yahoo! dumps t-shirt bug bounty for $15,000 cheques
Security engineer bought tees with own cash
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Swiss pen testers report flaw.
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Jun 13 2013 10:11AM
Google ups bug bounty rewards
Gmail bugs worth $5000.
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Mega security bugs detailed
Serious bugs found.
Feb 11 2013 1:28PM
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Feb 5 2013 9:25AM
XSS attacks boomed
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Jan 31 2013 9:40AM
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