Blog Posts Tagged with "XML"

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File Forensics: Unzipping Word Docs to See XML Source

October 16, 2011 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Run the Docx file through an unzip program and you can see several files and folders full of XML data. You will also find information that could be very useful for forensics, including file revision, creation and modify dates, document creator and the person one to modify the document...

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Cisco WebEx Conferencing Security Vulnerabilities

February 01, 2011 Added by:Headlines

The first vulnerability leaves the end-user's computer open to remote execution of commands by an attacker. The second vulnerability causes meeting attendee's computers to crash if a minor alteration is made to the XML code in a file that controls the WebEx polling feature...

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Securing Web Services in the Cloud

January 28, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman

Once a security breach is detected, being able to shut down systems and reject traffic from specific sources is important. A DLP system provides real-time detection, forensics recording and the ability to drop traffic from specific IP source addresses in order to properly mitigate the threat...

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