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Recent Data on Web Application Vulnerability

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Web Application Vulnerability Trends The increase in disclosed web application vulnerabilities is staggering, to say the least. According to the research from nCircle: The number of publicly disclosed web application vulnerabilities grew 1,755% from 2006 to 2009. Through September 2009, more than half of the total publicly disclosed vulnerabilities were web application-related. While the web application vulnerabilities grew 5% from…
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New Vulnerability Tests in HackerTested Service

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Tests for the following vulnerabilities have been added to our HackerTested PCI scanning service: 1. SuSE Security Update: ntp (2009-12-11) 2. Pidgin MSN Custom Smileys Feature Emoticon Request Traversal Arbitrary File Disclosure 3. SuSE Security Update: kdelibs4 (2010-01-07) 4. CentOS : RHSA-2010-0029 5. TurboFTP Server < 1.00.720 DoS 6. Adobe Reader < 9.3 / 8.2 Multiple Vulnerabilities (APSB10-02) 7. SuSE…
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New Vulnerabilities Added to Hacker Test Service

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In continual effort to maintain the highest service level possible for our PCI testing or hacker testing services, tests for the following vulnerabilities have been added to our HackerTested service. This will even further advance your websites ability to remain PCI compliant and protected from the latest hacker tricks: RHSA-2010-0020: kernel USN880-1 : gimp vulnerabilities SuSE Security Update: Security update…
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