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From the ToorCon hacker conference in San Diego: Jesse Ruderman, a Mozilla security staffer, urges Mischa Spiegelmock and Andrew Wbeelsoi not to use possible flaws in the Web browser to build botnets. (Video courtesy of Media Archives.)
Microsoft can't swat new bugs as fast as they pop up. The software giant has rushed out a "critical" fix for Windows, but attacks continue via other known, yet-to-be-plugged holes. Moreover, exploit code for two new flaws has surfaced. CNET News.com's Joris Evers and CNET.com's Robert Vamosi give their take on this week's Security Bites.
Déjà vu, shortly after Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, a new flaw is used in attacks. Also, Microsoft left two known flaws unpatched, Adobe fixes, and phishing news.
D\351j\340 vu, shortly after Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, a new flaw is used in attacks. Also, Microsoft left two known flaws unpatched, Adobe fixes and phishing news.
Songbird is a media player and Web browser built from Firefox's engine. Songbird is open-source and supports user-contributed, cross-platform extensions.
On today's Buzz Out Loud, Jason confesses his noob security mistake, Consumer Reports wants the world to know they STILL don't recommend the iPhone 4. Plus, Mark Zuckerberg's Hollywood moment isn't going to be as fun as he hoped, and we predict the MPAA will go nuclear if rumors of a permanent HDCP crack are true.
Security experts at Determina show how a Vista PC can be compromised by exploiting a flaw in the way the operating system handles animated-cursor files. They've determined that Firefox users are at a higher risk than IE 7 users.
Today we'll find out what it means to be a Hacker Advocate over at Spotify, with our pal Andrew Mager.
Firefox 3 Beta 4 introduced us to some new features expected to hit the next version of the open-source browser. Randall Bennett takes us through the ins-and-outs of the latest version of Firefox.
In this video from Black Hat, two security researchers show that they can break into a laptop, an Apple Computer MacBook in this case, by exploiting a vulnerability in Wi-Fi drivers. Video courtesy of David Maynor and Jon "Johnny Cache" Ellch.