It's not all about world records for Firefox 3.0.Just hours after the official release of the latest refresh of Mozilla's flagship browser, an unnamed researcher has sold a critical code execution vulnerability that puts millions of Firefox3.
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Larry Seltzer has long been a recognized expert in technology, with a focus on mobile technology and security in recent years
Finjan's Malicious Code Research Center has uncovered a half of gigabyte of stolen data from US Healthcare organizations and from a major airline on crimeware servers in Argentina and Malaysia.A representative of Finjan stated:"Hackers incorporated sophisticated attacks using crimeware toolkits, Trojans, and Command and Control servers to drive traffic from a specific region with specific characteristics.
Yesterday, Photobucket the world's most popular photo sharing site according to Hitwise had its DNS records hijacked to return a hacked page courtesy of the NetDevilz hacking group, a Turkish web site defacement group most widely known for its defacement of the adult video site Redtube earlier this year.
The guys at Core Security just released an iPhoneDbg toolkit that should make exploit development for the iPhone much easier. This is outstanding news for all, as I think there has been a lot of concern over the quick rise of mobile devices and the new security concerns that they create.
Got backups? In response to the security community's comments on the futile attempt to directly attack the 1024 bit RSA keys using distributed computing, Kaspersky Labs are now reasonably recommending that affected end users lacking backups of their encrypted data, take advantage of data recovery tools :Currently, it's not possible to decrypt files encrypted by Gpcode.
Ladies and gents,For those who hadn't heard, I will be presenting at Black Hat Vegas '08 this year with Rob Carter, John Heasman, and Billy Rios. Our presentation is called "The Internet is Broken: Beyond document.
I took a trip home to Michigan this week via Amtrak, and I got to thinking about previous articles I've written about airline security and wondered why are the security concerns so much more lax for trains and cars than they are for planes?
OpenOffice.org has shipped a fix for a "highly critical" vulnerability affecting versions 2.
Opera users, get your browser patching engine ready.The Norwegian software maker has released version 9.
SCADA scares me, and I've seen enough things on the Internet to be desensitized to many things, but attacks against SCADA threaten our national security in a very real and topical way by attacking power grids, water treatment plants, nuclear plants, etc. Hacking networks that SCADA devices reside on and using that access to interact with the SCADA system is nothing really new, it's been covered in the media quite a bit...