After having migrated their online properties to HTTPS and having sorted out the main problems that arose from the move, Pinterest is ready to pay researchers for information about bugs affecting their assets.
Here's some good news for Google App Engine developers: Google has released a new application security scanner that's especially fitting to test new app builds for cross-site scripting (XSS) and mixed content vulnerabilities.
It's pretty difficult to make information security predictions, and even more difficult to verify them afterwards: we can only judge the effectiveness of information security by the number of public security incidents that were uncovered, while the majority of data breaches remain undetected.
A new WordPress version has been released, and you better update to it, as it patches a critical cross-site scripting flaw that can be exploited by attackers to compromise your site.
Imperva released the results of its Web Application Attack Report (WAAR), the result of analysis of a subset of 99 applications protected by Imperva’s WAF over a period of nine months, from August 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014.
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