List of “April 2014”

  • Presenting HTML5 security at OWASP AppSec APAC 2014
    Presenting HTML5 security at OWASP AppSec APAC 2014
    Hi. This is Yoshinori Matsumoto from Watch and Warning Group. After JPCERT/CC’s publication of a technical research report on HTML5 last October, our group has been working intensively to raise awareness on security issues of web applications utilizing HTML5. We have been given opportunities to speak at various security conferences on this topic, and one of them was my colleague’s presentation at "CODE BLUE" introduced on this blog earlier. This...

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  • Source Port Randomization for Caching DNS Servers Requested, yet again. Vulnerability
    Source Port Randomization for Caching DNS Servers Requested, yet again.
    Hello, this is Moto Kawasaki, a new member of Global Coordination Division. Alerts from JPRS and JPCERT/CC On April 14th 2014, JPRS (Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd.) and JPCERT/CC concurrently published the alerts on DNS cache poisoning attack. Alert from JPRS http://jprs.jp/tech/security/2014-04-15-portrandomization.html (Japanese version) Alert from JPCERT/CC https://www.jpcert.or.jp/english/at/2014/at140016.html (English version) https://www.jpcert.or.jp/at/2014/at140016.html (Japanese version) Now I'd like to elaborate on the key points and share my views on the case by...

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  • APCERT DAY at APRICOT and  Open Resolver Check Site Launched by JPCERT/CC Event
    APCERT DAY at APRICOT and Open Resolver Check Site Launched by JPCERT/CC
    Hello, I am Yukako (Yuka) Uchida from APCERT Secretariat. I am a new Liaison Officer of the Global Coordination Division since last December. From 18th to 28th February, APRICOT 2014 (https://2014.apricot.net/) had been held in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. APRICOT, which stands for Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies, is an annual meeting for internet engineers in the region. They have kindly offered APCERT a one-day slot on 26...

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