Articles tagged xss
New Facebook Open Graph leads to user information leaks
Once again, the world's top social networking Web site is in hot water for vulnerabilities allowing people to access personal information about users without their consent.
Researcher demonstrates new form of clickjacking
Today at Black Hat Europe 2010, security researcher Paul Stone will demonstrate a new form of clickjacking and provide a testing tool for this type of attack.
A router hack reveals the physical location of targeted users
Samy Kamkar, the author of a massive
spread on MySpace in 2005, has posted a Proof of Concept using (once again) a XSS vulnerability, this time in wireless routers, that can reveal the target router's physical location.
Twitter and Google account vulnerabilities
XSS vulnerabilities that could lead to account hijacking have been discovered in Google Calendar and Twitter.
Major IE8 flaw makes 'safe' sites unsafe
The latest version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser contains a bug that can enable serious security attacks against websites that are otherwise safe.
Critical XSS in Minigal picture album PHP suite
Jose Carlos Norte found a critical cross site scripting vulnerability in the PHP picture album suite Minigal 2 (aka MG2) that allows non-admin users to browser restricted areas.
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