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The WordPress team just pushed out a new version of WordPress. WordPress 3.6.1 is a maintenance release that includes some security bug fixes. Straight from their release post, these are the security changes: Block unsafe PHP unserialization that could occur in limited situations and setups, which can lead to remote code execution. Reported by Tom […]

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The G Data SecurityLabs have conducted tests with the current WhatsApp versions which have suggested that WhatsApp conversations through wireless connections can no longer be sniffed with the sniffing app we reported about. The WhatsApp Inc. support team has officially released a message regarding the encryption issue: WhatsApp Inc. has published new app versions during […]

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Adobe product management team has sent a briefing to Adobe’s partners describing the future direction of the development for multi-platform mobile application development tools. From the security point of view, the biggest and the most welcome news is the announcement of the end of the development of Adobe Flash player for mobile platforms, except for […]

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