From here, there and everywhere in our blogosphere..... network security specialist George Ou reports that a French security company which sells early exploit warning services has released a zero-day exploit that attacks Microsoft's browser.
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Update October 27: This morning I contacted the owner of listed sites. The sites were indeed hacked, and the owner has since removed the malicious code from the web pages.
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News.com's Joris Evers reports that a new twist on distributed denial-of-service attacks -- cybercriminals are using DNS servers -- could intensify threats to online business.