Which site/sites do you guys use to view details of security vulnerabilities?
For a project with many open-source libraries as a part of it, I began to search for information source concerning all upgrades and security issues. The kind of sources I gathered are either ...
On a friend's computer is some kind of spam bot installed. It sends messages like Hello: I received my apple iPad 32GB ordered on an online shop (www.elevalley.com ) today. So exciting ...
I'm looking for an updated and comprehensive guide of general/common IT vulnerabilities (general information). I do not want you to do the job for me, I just want to point me in the right direction: ...
I was wondering if there were any possible risks in using Google Native Client. I know it is sandboxed, but the idea still seems risky, and at least leaves another route open for compromising your ...
I'm relying on Firefox to remember my passwords, using a Master Password of more than 25 characters. How secure is this set-up?
Which vulnerable OS's like for example DVL would you recommend for someone to use for the purpose of pentest/exploitation learning?
I was amazed that IE 8, Safari, Firefox were hacked so fast. Is it really Chrome so good or it was not tested? Has anyone other results of independent investigations about security of web browsers? ...
What cryptographic algorithms are not considered secure, but yet are still widely used and available in standard libraries? If applicable, mention a secure alternative.
We are trying to decide which webserver to choose for our PHP application. Which of Apache, nginx or lighttpd is the most secure? Which of these has had the most and most severe security holes?