Danish firm outlines two unpatched Safari vulnerabilities

The Danish IT security firm Secunia has released an advisory today regarding two unpatched vulnerabilities in Apple’s Safari 5 Web browser. These vulnerabilities are so far are not known to be actively exploited; however, if done, they could allow an attacker to run malicious software and conduct spoofing attacks on those using the browser. Continue reading Danish firm outlines two unpatched Safari vulnerabilities

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Google’s Chrome Web Browser Hacked at CanSecWest

Google showed a great deal of confidence ahead of the CanSecWest conference this year when it announced plans to offer up to $1 million in rewards for a successful exploit against its Chrome browser. The company even launched its own Pwnium contest. Continue reading Google’s Chrome Web Browser Hacked at CanSecWest

The TEAMS cable cut; The need for contingency planning

Have you experienced slow internet speed of late? I first experienced it when i was trying to access internet through my phone. I was so disgusted that i contemplated to change to new mobile service provider (am now seeing that techno-stress is catching up with me).  Since Saturday 25 Feb 2012 has been hectic to access the internet. Internet is slowly resuming as Internet service providers fallback to  alternate route. Continue reading The TEAMS cable cut; The need for contingency planning