Tagged: browser

Microsoft & IE support plans, best be on IE11 by 01/2016, (Sat, Aug 9th) 0

Microsoft & IE support plans, best be on IE11 by 01/2016, (Sat, Aug 9th)

Microsoft announced in their blog on the 8th (thanks Allan for the heads up) that starting January 2016 the browsers that will be supported are:  Vista SP2 – IE9 2008 SP2 – IE9  Windows 7 – IE11 2008 R2 SP1 – IE11 Windows 8.1 – IE11 2012 – IE10 2012 R2 – IE11 ​I can hear the security brain cells cheer and the business brain cells cringe.  From a security perspective running the latest browser typically makes sense.  However from a business perspective this may cause quite a few issues in many organisations

VU#688812: Huawei E355 contains a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability 0

VU#688812: Huawei E355 contains a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability

Vulnerability Note VU#688812 Huawei E355 contains a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability Original Release date: 21 Jul 2014 | Last revised: 21 Jul 2014 Overview The Huawei E355 built-in web interface contains a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability. Description Huawei E355 wireless broadband modems include a web interface for administration and additional services. The web interface allows users to receive SMS messages using the connected cellular network