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Hewlett-Packard exec says developers' poor grasp of security practices when building cloud-based enterprise software could lead to code having loopholes hackers can exploit.
Enterprise businesses wrestling against hackers for control of their network infrastructure are fighting a losing battle by attempting to build and manage their own security infrastructure, according to Hewlett-Packard (HP).
Poorly secured infrastructure, rather than malware, is to blame for allowing hackers into enterprise servers to carry out cyberattacks on large-scale systems, according to a Verizon Business exec
Hackers can use booby-trapped PDF attachments sent to BlackBerry devices to launch malicious code execution attacks, according to warnings issued by Research in Motion (RIM).The company shipped patches this week to address a pair of critical vulnerabilities affecting its enterprise product line.
Research in Motion has released a patch for a security flaw in BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which exposed corporate networks to hackers via a maliciously crafted PDF document
Code inspector Ounce Labs has identified two vulnerabilities in the open source Spring framework that exposes their enterprise applications to would-be hackers and hijackers.The two issues, ModelView Injection and Data Submission to Non-Editable Fields, affect only the MVC module of the Spring framework, which is used to build enterprise web applications.
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