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A researcher has found a vulnerability in the latest version of reCAPTCHA that could let spambots bypass reCAPTCHA fields across millions of sites. The developer has a script that uses Google’s speech recognition API to solve audio challenges associated with the latest version of reCAPTCHA.
With exciting new web techniques comes inevitable security issues. Luckily, there's usually a solution, though it can require a little more effort from developers. An article posted on IBM's developerWorks site covers some common mashup vulnerabilities. Among the techniques addressed are cross-site scripting and JSON data security. The author also provides some solutions or ideas for each vulnerability.
When it comes to enterprise, IT compliance has been and always will be a headache to one degree or another. The issue in the cloud computing era is that end users can now store almost any type of file anywhere. The good news is that most of those places are a service that exposes an API.