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Black Hat conference goers deal with insecurities

Security experts gather in Las Vegas at the annual security conference, which has been "supersized" to handle more people, topics--and controversy.

Security experts gather in Las Vegas at the annual security conference, which has been "supersized" to handle more people, more topics--and more controversy.

Researcher: Web 2.0 vulnerable to cookie theft

Errata CEO demonstrates a way to steal Web 2.0 session cookies and how to find zero-day vulnerabilities inside security applications.
August 2, 2007

Mozilla releases browser testing tools

The makers of Firefox want developers to break their browser to make it stronger.
August 2, 2007

Bruce Schneier: Security as a state of mind

Popular security researcher says security is also a feeling and therefore can't be quantified.
August 2, 2007

Rush to adopt Ajax leaves many sites vulnerable

A talk called "Premature Ajax-ulation" examines how developers see only the code that works and not how someone else may exploit it.
August 2, 2007

Black Hat enters the big leagues of Vegas conferences

Once modest, the security gathering has become a mini empire at Caesar's Palace. Just check those lunch lines.
August 1, 2007

Researcher: Al-Qaida manipulates videos, images

Hacker Factor's Neal Krawetz reveals details lurking within recent videos from the terrorist group suggesting backgrounds aren't to be believed.
August 1, 2007

Richard Clarke sets tone for Black Hat 2007

In keynote speech, former counterterrorism chief uses opportunity to promote new book and criticize former boss President Bush.
August 1, 2007

newsmaker Neal Krawetz, a security researcher at Hacker Factor, knows a fake photo when he sees one. He also knows how it's done.
July 31, 2007

Detroit crackdown blocks security professional's U.S. entry

Banned security researcher happened to travel through an airport experiencing heightened security.
July 30, 2007

Taking up more space at Caesar's Palace is no gamble for the security confab as it tackles topics from the Vista x64 kernel to digital forensics for the feds.
July 30, 2007

Robert Vamosi talks with Fortify's Brian Chess and Jacob West about their planned "Iron Chef Black Hat" presentation.
July 27, 2007