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Urgent: WordPress Security Fix  05 February 2008  Print E-mail
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Posted by Ryan Berens   
Latest News From the WordPress website:

WordPress 2.3.3 is an urgent security release. If you have registration enabled a flaw was found in the XML-RPC implementation such that a specially crafted request would allow a user to edit posts of other users on that blog. In addition to fixing this security flaw, 2.3.3 fixes a few minor bugs. If you are interested only in the security fix, download the fixed version of xmlrpc.php and copy it over your existing xmlrpc.php. Otherwise, you can get the entire release here.

Also, there is a vulnerability in the WP-Forum plugin that is being actively exploited right now. If you are using this plugin, please remove it until an update is available from its author.
 
(IN)SECURE Magazine Issue 15 has been released  05 February 2008  Print E-mail
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Latest News (IN)SECURE Magazine is a free digital security magazine in PDF format. In this issue you can read about malware, advanced social engineering, Internet terrorism, visualization tools for security analysis, wireless security, insider threat, fraud mitigation, and much more. Download your FREE copy today!
 
Bruce Schneier at LinuxConf AU  31 January 2008  Print E-mail
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Latest News Linux.conf.au kicked off its main proceedings in Melbourne on Wednesday morning with a stark message from security guru Bruce Schneier: "When security companies give you cost justifications, they're complete bull@#&&."

And so begins what is, as always, a great piece of commentary on the overall nature of security and the problems that are derived from the gap between perceived security and real security. Read on....
 
Linux security guru joins Microsoft  22 January 2008  Print E-mail
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Latest News Crispin Cowan, the Linux security expert behind StackGard, the Immunix Linux distro and AppArmor, has joined the Windows security team.
Originally posted by a blogger over at Microsoft. It's interesting though - what is making Microsoft go for Linux security professionals? Is there something inherently more effective about security developers with an Open Source background? Something else?
 
Most Oracle Database Pros Ignore Security Patches  14 January 2008  Print E-mail
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Latest News A survey by Sentrigo indicates that most Oracle database administrators do not apply the Critical Patch Updates that Oracle issues on a quarterly basis. Oracle designed its CPU program to help customers protect databases and other products against recently discovered security vulnerabilities. However, security patching is largely neglected as 67.5 percent of the respondents said they had never applied any Oracle CPU and that leaves many databases open to exploits.
 
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