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Multiple updates have been released for the Ruby on Rails web application framework, fixing a couple of security vulnerabilities that affected PostgreSQL. The two glitches that have been patched touched on the PostgreSQL adapter for Active Record and consisted in SQL injection. The two flaws are similar and by taking advantage of them an attacker […]

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Researchers have found multiple holes in Android phones’ permissions-based security that would allow a hacker to snatch data, monitor geolocation, send SMS messages, and even eavesdrop on conversations. A group of security researchers from North Carolina State University found the glitches in eight handsets from HTC, Motorola, Samsung and Google. The researchers found “explicit capability […]

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The faceless power of Anonymous rages on. Like headless horsemen, they gallop across the internet, intent on causing massive headaches and embarrassment for some, while keeping their fans and the media informed via social media. Sounds even too good for a Hollywood movie plot. You couldn’t make it up. But it turns out that someone […]

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