According to a report from The Economist, Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is working with intelligence agencies in the UK to quell possible concerns of the government about usage of its hardware in infrastructure deployments. Experts and former employees of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) are working with a department established by the company to vet Huawei’s devices for backdoors and security holes. The vetted devices are often installed by British Telecom (BT), which is a major customer of the Chinese firm. Continue reading Report: Huawei working with GCHQ to quell espionage fears
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 Joomla released updated version 2.5.0 of its open source PHP-based content management system (CMS) , adds new features and close the security holes in the previous versions.
The update version close the two Medium level XSS Vulnerability and two Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities. Continue reading Joomla 2.5.0 adds new features, closes XSS Vulnerability