If you’re a web developer or database administrator, you’ve surely heard of PostgreSQL (or Postgres for short); a relatively popular object-relational database management system (ORDBMS). According to an alert posted today, the PostgreSQL Global Development Group (PGDG) released security updates for the latest releases of the popular Postgres database system.
Radio Free Security (RFS) is a monthly audio podcast dedicated to spreading knowledge about network and information security, and to keeping busy IT administrators apprised of the latest security threats they face online. If you’re looking for the latest security news and best practice tips, this show is for you.
Java is a programming language (first implemented by Sun Microsystems) used most often to enhance web pages. Oracle’s Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is one of the most popular Java interpreters currently used.
This week’s InfoSec news video comes from the 2013 RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. As such, much of the episode covers the major themes from the show flow. However, cyber attackers don’t take a break just because the security industry is having a pow-wow.
If you’re still using Java, you need to patch it yet again—even if you’re using a Mac. Over the last few days both Facebook and Apple have reported network breaches. In both cases, employees at those companies visited a particular web site that was infected with a zero day Java exploit, which then infected the victims with malware.
We’ve had another busy week of security news, with more stories than I can cover in a short video. So I’ll stick to the highlights. Today’s episode talks about a couple Adobe Flash zero day vulnerabilities, the latest Anonymous hijinks, some cross-platform mobile malware, and more.
Adobe Flash Player displays interactive, animated web content called Flash. Although Flash is optional, 99% of PC users download and install it to view multimedia web content. It runs on many operating systems, including mobile operating systems like Android.
Java is a programming language (first implemented by Sun Microsystems) used most often to enhance web pages. Today, many operating systems (OS) implement a Java interpreter to recognize and process Java code from websites and other sources, although some operating systems are beginning to depreciate their Java support for security reasons. Oracle’s Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is one of the most popular Java interpreters currently used.
This week is rife with security news. If you want the quick highlights, you’ve come to the right place. Today’s video covers a few Yahoo XSS vulnerabilities, some serious UPnP security flaws, and the alleged China-based hack of the New York Times. Watch the video below for details.
Red October, Cisco WLAN Updates, and Expelled Hacker Welcome to another “on the road” edition of WatchGuard Security Week in Review, the video podcast dedicated to summarizing the biggest InfoSec stories each week. This week’s episodes covers a Cisco wireless controller security update, Kaspersky’s investigation into the Red October cyber-espionage campaign, and the controversy surrounding an expelled “white hat” hacker. For more details on those stories and others, watch the short video below.