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Web App Vulnerabilities Decline 25% in 12 Months

Despite the number of vulnerabilities found in a single Web application falling by 25% in 2016 over the previous year, the number of exploitable flaws remains too high, according to WhiteHat Security's 12th Annual Application Security Statistics Report released today.

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Aging infrastructure leaves enterprises vulnerable

Despite Microsoft rolling out a patch for a vulnerability almost two months prior, some companies hadn’t implemented the patch because they still needed to test it in their environment. But that lag is what left the UK’s National Health Service open to attack.

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Top 10 Vulnerabilities in Mobile Applications

My team in the Threat Research Center at WhiteHat Security specializes in mobile application business logic assessments, which is a hands-on penetration test of both mobile client-side apps and the business logic that can be used to circumvent the security built into the program.

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Belfast to Host Two Major Cyber Security Conferences

Belfast is set to deliver the definitive master class in how “not to get hacked” next week when the city hosts two major cyber security conferences which will include insights from a former spy agency boss, some of the world’s top online security entrepreneurs and international professional hackers.

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Industry Braces for Repeal of ISP Privacy Rules

The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to overturn rules scheduled to go into effect later this year that would have banned internet service providers such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon from tracking user online activities and reselling the data without consumers first opting-in.

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Are Free VPN Apps Worth the Risk? Experts Say ‘No’

Many of these VPN apps could actually be sabotaging your security and privacy. A recent study by U.S. and Australian researchers found that many Android VPN apps were potentially malicious, let third parties spy on "secure" transmissions, tracked users or just plain didn't work.