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In its annual report, British-based Internet monitoring group Internet Watch Foundation found that in the last three years there has been a four-fold increase in the number of child pornography images involving severe abuse such...

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Wi-Fi Bug Found in Linux

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Laurent Butti, a researcher from France Telecom Orange, found a flaw in a major Linux Wi-Fi driver that can allow an attacker to take control of a laptop – even when it is not on...

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A security vendor based in Aliso Viejo, California has found a vulnerability with a 'medium' security rating in Microsoft's Windows Vista. According to Marc Maiffret, co-founder and chief hacking officer of eEye Digital Security, the...

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Security hole found in Office 2007

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Researchers at eEye Digital Security of Aliso Viejo, California, say they have found a flaw in Microsoft's newly released Office 2007 software whose risk-level is described as "high" since it could let an attacker run...

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Another security hole found in IE

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Secunia published an advisory on Tuesday stating that an error could be exploited to fake the address bar in a browser window. This tactic could be used in phishing scams that attempt to trick people...

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Round two begins for Microsoft, as they are faced with yet another WMF vulnerability. A hacker who goes by the name "concoruder" posted his two newly discovered WMF vulnerabilities on Monday, on the popular security...

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Two flaws in RealNetworks' popular RealPlayer could let attackerscommandeer Windows computers running the software, eEye DigitalSecurity has warned. The vulnerabilities affect RealPlayer on all versions ofWindows, according to two short advisories...

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A 'critical' flaw in Kaspersky Lab's antivirus software could let an attacker commandeer systems that use the products, a security researcher warned on Monday. The problem lies in Kaspersky's antivirus library, security...

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A security flaw has been found in the default installation process for Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Outlook and Outlook Express, according to eEye Digital Security. A common thread with these applications is the potential for a...

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Over the course of this morning several people have sent me tidbits talking about an exploit on WoW that allows duping of items. Apparently forum posts are being removed on official channels, but there are...

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Adobe has warned of a serious flaw affecting one of the most widely distributed client applications, Acrobat Reader. The flaw leaves users open to attack via maliciously crafted PDF files, which can be spread via...

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A flaw in McAfee Internet Security Suite 2005 could let employees sharing the same computer break into one another's files, according to security consultant iDefense. The vulnerability, which exists in the default...

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Thanks GameGuy21 and matthelmi for this. According to the article on eWeek, a new critical vulnerability, where an attacker could execute arbitary code, has been discovered on the latest version of Winamp. One can only...

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German security researcher Stefan Esser has discovered multiple vulnerabilities in smbfs, the mountable SMB (Server Message Block) file system for Linux. In an advisory made public Wednesday, Esser said the bugs theoretically could crash the...

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Users of the increasingly popular, open-source MySQL database may be at risk from remote attacks due to a bug in phpMyAdmin, a widely used Web-based MySQL administration tool. On Wednesday the phpMyAdmin project warned of...

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EEye Digital Security has uncovered new security holes affecting a wide range of RealNetworks' media players, the latest desktop-based bugs set to worry IT managers. The flaws could be exploited via a malicious Web page...

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Infineon found guilty

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RAM maker Infineon have been fined $160 million dollars by the US anti-trust department for illegally fixing prices between 1999 and 2002. Infineon pled guilty, and will be paying the fine off in segments until...

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After releasing their much awaited preview release of Firefox 1.0, the Mozilla Foundation has issued a warning about seven critical security issues with three of its flagship products. Any product versions prior...

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Security firm Secunia has detailed a new flaw in Internet Explorer that affects users running Windows XP Service Pack 2. The vulnerability involves drag-and-drop, which can be used within a Web page to place a...

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A new security hole has been found in Linux. All it takes is a C program and shell access (to upload and run the program). Not only did this young program find the bug,...

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A big thanks goes out to The Inquirer for spotting this news first. Two new vulnerabilities where found in Internet Explorer yesterday according to the security website Secunia. A solution has been found,...

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If there is an article of faith in computer science, it's that everything can keep getting faster and faster. But scientists say they've discovered an apparent speed limit that will restrict how...

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New HLDS Exploit has been found

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Security Focus have found a new exploit with the HLDS (Half-Life Dedicated server) software. The affected versions are: Win32 4.1.1.0 and 4.1.1.0 Linux 3.1.1.0 and 3.1.1.1There is a buffer overflow in...

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Apple Computer cofounder Stephen Wozniak has developed a new technology--WozNet--that promises an end to lost pets and children, and a dramatic reduction in car and property crime. The New York Times calls WozNet: "Wireless location-monitoring...

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Microsoft is working to solve an incompatibility issue that prevents backups made with Windows Server 2003 from being read on previous versions of Windows. The software giant's latest operating system saves data to tape using...

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