Posted on November 17th, 2009 No comments
Through their normal surveillance of cybercrime forums, researchers at web application firewall provider Imperva noticed discussion about the flaw, present on careers.yahoo.com and which could allow attackers to extract database contents, including personal information.
Read more here:
Yahoo Careers website patched to close SQL flaw – SC Magazine US
(added November 10, 2009) A full-content feed is available at http://www.us-cert.gov/current/index.atom
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Apple Releases Mac OS X v10.6.2 and Security Update 2009-006
Will the Federal Trade Commission EVER enforce the 2003 federal law requiring 11 million businesses to combat identity theft?
See more here:
Law to stop identity theft postponed
One of today’s patches, which Apple labeled as affecting the Libsecurity component, had been patched a month ago by Microsoft in that company’s regular October security update.
Go here to see the original:
Apple delivers mammoth update, patches 58 bugs