Google Chrome Sandbox

Google Chrome becomes even more secure with the Flash sandbox model.

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A new zero-day vulnerability in Windows Vista and 7 can be used by malwares to bypass UAC (user account control).

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The Koobface botnet was responsible for spreading a worm on Twitter last year that directed users to a video download and then, to a fake codec download to play that video. As obvious, the codec was nothing but a malware.

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According to a global consumer study conducted by Juniper Networks, Indian smartphone users have shown highest level of concern towards smartphone security issues. The figure stood at 90 per cent for India among the 16 countries which were considered for conducting this study.

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The admin interface used by the Zeus botnet server has two distinct levels of access and visibility. For those trying weak password guesses and SQL injections on the database, the database allows a fake access and takes you to a fake control panel that works pretty much like a real one.

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iPhone Security Busted With Secret Button Sequence

Apple has responded to the Wired Magazine and has said that it will patch the bug in the software update of the iOS, i.e. in iOS 4.2. However, that update is coming in November.

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Do you understand what your Windows firewall is doing? Is it tough enough to protect your security and privacy? If you have any doubts, you should check out ZoneAlarm’s free firewall.

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MyOpera – Opera’s official community website, is exploited to distribute malwares, according to a researcher at Kaspersky Labs.

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Stuxnet is being reverse engineered and Langner Communications seems to be the only expert on it. From their analysis, it is clear that this attack is too well engineered to be the work of hackers who do it for fun.

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Hack is Wack, y’all! Snoop Dogg + Symantec = Rap Contest On Anti-Cybercrime

Snoop Dogg has joined hands with Norton in a contest called Hack is Wack. Participants have to upload a 2 minute video of their best original rap song against cybercrime. Winners will receive a ticket to visit the Snoop Dogg management and a Toshiba laptop filled with Norton’s security software.

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An ancient kernel hole in Linux, which has been present from 2003, was recently closed after constant nagging and bug reports. The problem was with the X server using a huge stack that has a good chance of running into an adjacent heap memory.

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Free, portable anti-malware software that you can take with you. Clean up those infected PCs quickly with this set of four powerful tools.

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Here’s a way to add some free additional protection to your Windows PC. This program doesn’t even need to be running to do it’s job.

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Today a very dangerous bug privilege escalation bug in the Linux kernel has been fixed. The bug allows an underprivileged process to run with the root privilege from any application with a GUI.

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Android-Snake-Tap

The popular Android game Snake Tap has been identified as a trojan by security researchers.

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