The Top 10 Most Observed Web Vulnerabilities

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Content goes here ZDNets’s Dancho Danchev has published an interesting article reviewing the top 10 most observed vulnerabilities served by web malware exploitation kits:
The top 10 most observed vulnerabilities served by web malware exploitation kits:TrueHit Designs Develops Secure Websites

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer RDS ActiveX
  • Office Web Components Active Script Execution
  • Microsoft Video Streaming (DirectShow) ActiveX Vulnerability
  • Real Player IERPCtl Remote Code Execution
  • Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader CollectEmailInfoAdobe Reader GetIcon JavaScript Method Buffer Overflow
  • Adobe Reader util.printf() JavaScript Func() Stack Overflow
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer Deleted Object Event Handling
  • Microsoft Access Snapshot Viewer ActiveX Control
  • Adobe Reader media.newPlayer

Next to the above mentioned flaws, the report is also emphasizing the fact that, in the second half of 2010, Java-based attacks rose to higher levels than anticipated.

Through our refined web development and design process, we ensure to avoid these costly mistakes. One of the ways we ensure each of our client’s websites are secure is by re-reviewing our PHP, SQL, HTML, JavaScript programming for vulnerabilities before each website is officially launched.

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