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  • Misfortune Cookie

    Misfortune Cookie is a firmware vulnerability in some router and gateway devices that makes it possible for an attacker to gain administrative privileges and attack the devices and, through them, the network.

    Margaret Rouse5,315 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking tool exploits faulty AES cookie encryption implementations

    Microsoft's popular Web framework, ASP.NET, fails to protect encrypted cookies that store online credentials on some popular banking and shopping websites.

    searchsecurity22,100 pointsBadges:
  • Do you believe Verizon Wireless’s UIDH persistent cookie represents a security or privacy risk?

    SharonShea300 pointsBadges:
  • Verizon’s mobile persistent cookie is more trick than treat

    News roundup: Verizon gave its mobile users an early Halloween trick: a cookie that cannot be erased, despite a number of privacy concerns. Also: compromising an air-gapped computer over the air; an alleged government-funded hack against a CBS reporter and more.

    SharonShea300 pointsBadges:
  • Flash cookie

    Flash cookies, also known as local shared objects (LSO), are text files stored on a user’s hard drive when a browsers requests content that's supported by Adobe Flash.

    ITKE355,660 pointsBadges:
  • Cookies — the good and the bad

    What's good and what's bad about cookies.

    ITKE355,660 pointsBadges:
  • Google AdID spurs talk of replacing third-party cookies in enterprises

    Google's AdID technology will supposedly replace third-party cookies. What affect will this have on security in enterprises? Michael Cobb discusses.

    searchsecurity22,100 pointsBadges:
  • Do you think we are seeing the demise of cookies in online advertising?

    Ed Burns1,230 pointsBadges:
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