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A security researcher at Black Hat 2012 outlines a potentially big design flaw in a new air traffic control system, where airplanes can be projected onto radar screens out of thin air.
An analysis of 9,910 software applications from 2010 and 2011 shows that software developed by the U.S. government is far more likely to be vulnerable to security attacks than private sector products.
Only a day after the recent out-of-band Internet Explorer vulnerability patch, a new un-patched Internet Explorer flaw could leave thousands of users at risk. The new attack uses smaller un-patched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, small...