Adobe has released security updates for Flash Player and AIR in response to the discovery of critical vulnerabilities that could be exploited to cause crashes or potentially allow an attacker to take control of the system. One of the vulnerabilities is being actively exploited.
The mantra has always been "build it and they will come." But too often it's translated to "build it with vulnerabilities and hope they won't notice." When it comes to TrendNet's web-capable cameras, unfortunately, the world has noticed.
Two thirds of web applications tested by security consultants at Context Information Security in 2011 were found to be at risk from cross-site scripting and nearly one in five applications risked attacks by experienced SQL injections, according to the new Context Web Application Vulnerability report.
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