Browsing Tag: vulnerabilities

SAN FRANCISCO–One of the downsides to being a software company with a huge customer base is that your products are going to be prime targets for attackers. But the flip side to that coin is that you’re going to gather a lot of data about vulnerabilities and attacks. Microsoft has been collecting that data for[…]

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Categories: Vulnerabilities

Dropbox has become the latest high-profile Internet firm to start a bug bounty program, hooking up with HackerOne to provide rewards to security researchers who report vulnerabilities through the program. The new reward system from Dropbox covers a variety of the company’s offerings, including the Dropbox and Carousel iOS and Android applications; the Dropbox and Carousel[…]

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SearchBlox, a provider of enterprise search technology, has patched several serious vulnerabilities in its flagship product, including cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery and other issues. The company, which sells a variety of enterprise search products, has released version 8.2 of the main SearchBlox product to address the vulnerabilities, which were report to the CERT/CC at[…]

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Google has released Chrome 42, a major security upgrade to the browser that includes patches for 45 vulnerabilities. The latest version of Chrome carries with it fixes for a number of high-severity bugs, including a cross-origin bypass in the HTML parser. That vulnerability earned an anonymous security researcher a reward of $7,500 from Google. In all,[…]

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