In the first of a two part series, Fraser Howard takes a closer look at the Redkit exploit kit.
Learn more about how this kit works and the compromised web servers that are being used to host it.
Hacktivist group NullCrew recently announced a succesful intrusion against a website in the DHS.GOV domain hierarchy.
It looks as though the site was vulnerable to what's known as a directory traversal vulnerability.
Being careful where you download from isn't always enough.
SourceForge, the hosting service for phpMyAdmin, has disclosed that the official phpMyAdmin 22.214.171.124 distribution was Trojanised some time last weekend.
Researchers in Germany have disclosed a vulnerability in most web programming languages that allows for a denial of service attack to be successful with very little resource and against the vast majority of websites
The latest WordPress release is requiring users to update their PHP and MySQL installations to newer releases. Are WordPress users doing enough to protect their blogs? Does it make a difference if you patch?
The PHP Group has released a set of bug fixes and security udpates to their ubiquitous PHP software. Web administrators should read through the change logs and update as soon as possible. Read the article to find out about the security related fixes and enhancements in PHP 5.3.6.