Researchers Unveil Serious XML Flaws

From Washington Post (Brian Krebs)
Security researchers today unveiled details about a little-known but ubiquitous class of vulnerabilities that may reside in a range of Internet components, from Web applications to mobile and cloud computing platforms to documents, images and instant messaging products. At issue are problems with the way many hardware and software makers handle data from an open standard called XML. Read the full story [washingtonpost.com].

From Washington Post (Brian Krebs)

Security researchers today unveiled details about a little-known but ubiquitous class of vulnerabilities that may reside in a range of Internet components, from Web applications to mobile and cloud computing platforms to documents, images and instant messaging products. At issue are problems with the way many hardware and software makers handle data from an open standard called XML. Read the full story [washingtonpost.com].

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