An anonymous blogger claims he/she was able to monitor the network at CanSecWest security conference and snag a full packet capture of the MacBook hijack contest.
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Photoshoppers, be careful. Publicly available exploit code for a serious security flaw in Adobe Photoshop could allow attackers to take complete control of your Windows machine.
Mozilla seems to be having a hard time pulling the plug on Firefox 1.5. After today, the open-source group planned to stop shipping security and stability updates for Firefox 1.5 but now I'm hearing that support has been extended to the middle of May.
The vulnerability is a Java-based vulnerability in QuickTime, which is installed by default on Mac OS X. Any Java-enabled Web browser on this platform is an attack vector.
I caught up with security researcher Dino Dai Zovi to discuss his successful hijack of a MacBook Pro machine at last week's CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, Canada.We talk about the specific vulnerability, the motivation for the attack, Apple's response and his plans around Mac OS X research: RN: What's your OS of choice?
Despite all the anti-malware roadblocks built into Windows Vista, a senior Microsoft official is lowering the security expectations, warning that viruses, password-stealing Trojans and rootkits will continue to thrive as malware authors adapt to the new operating system.
Hackers Dino Dai Zovi and Shane Macaulay teamed up to hijack a MacBook Pro laptop at the CanSecWest security conference here, effectively pouring cold water on the Mac faithful's belief that the machines are impenetrable.
Two tricked-out MacBook laptops survived the first day of a 'PWN to OWN' contest that dared hackers to take control of default Mac OS X installations.
Apple has issued a mega-update with patches for 25 new security vulnerabilities affecting Mac OS X users. This is the fourth update (89th security patch) issued by Apple in 2007.