Cyber-Arks annual global IT Security Survey has been released.
Cyber-Ark have released the following E-Book that provides an interesting perspective and some consolidated facts in relation to recent attack trends.
Seems that hackers have had their christmas break and are re-energised and ready to carry on.
Its interesting to see this short snippet between the hackers from an IRC channel shows a little of their mind set.
Researchers have discovered bugs in the how ASP .NET implements it’s encryption protection for cookies.
Anyone following security news will have heard about Stuxnet. It has attracted rare accolades in a way we haven’t seen in a very long time.
In security, poor Adobe is the new Microsoft, targeted by endless streams of bugs and exploits attacking their customers with all kinds of malware.
Security in the real world is, at the same time, both a wonderful source of comedy and a reminder not to take ourselves too seriously.
Hackers are actively exploiting yet another Adobe vulnerability in-the-wild.
A critical vulnerability exists in Adobe Reader 9.3.4 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX, and Adobe
IBM X-Force published their mid year Trend and Risk Report in August and key points included;
1. Vulnerabilities are up 36% on mid year 2009.