Subdominio de Oracle sufrió un defacement

Un hacker indio que se autodenomina Bl@Ck Dr@GoN ha hecho un defacement en uno de los subdominios de Oracle, la reconocida compañía proveedora de software. El sitio en cuestión corresponde a Oracle University Electronic Attendance, el cual, momento de publicar este post, seguía mostrando el mensaje que se ve en la siguiente captura: Los usuarios

Run! It’s the Fuzz!

Unfortunately, I'm not able to attend the CanSecWest 2010 conference in Vancouver this week, though I think Pierre-Marc will be there. I would have been more than a little interested in Charlie Miller's presentation on fuzzing Mac applications: that is, “…a method for discovering faults in software by providing unexpected input and monitoring for exceptions.” 

Patchwork for the Home and the Enterprise

SC Magazine's Dan Raywood reports that "To be completely patched requires an average of between 51 and 86 actions per year", quoting findings by Secunia that " in order for the typical home user to stay fully patched, an average of 75 patches from 22 different vendors need to be installed, requiring the user to

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