Attackers Exploit Unpatched Windows XML Flaw

Attackers Exploit Unpatched Windows XML Flaw

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An unpatched flaw in Microsoft XML Core Services is being exploited in the wild to compromise vulnerable, unprotected PCs....
Attackers Exploit Unpatched Windows XML Flaw
         

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www.computerworld.com
Facial recognition start-up Face.com patched a vulnerability in its KLINK iOS app that could have allowed attackers to hijack the Facebook and Twitter accounts of its users, according to Ashkan Soltani, the independent security researcher who claims to have found the flaw....
Researcher: Face.com iOS flaw could have allowed Facebook, Twitter account hijacking

Researcher: Face.com IOS Flaw Could Have Allowed Facebook, Twitter Account Hijacking

www.pcworld.com
Facial recognition start-up Face.com patched a vulnerability in its KLINK iOS app that could have allowed attackers to hijack the Facebook and Twitter accounts......
Researcher: Face.com IOS Flaw Could Have Allowed Facebook, Twitter Account Hijacking

Face.com iOS flaw could have allowed Facebook, Twitter account hijacking

www.computerworld.com
Facial recognition start-up Face.com patched a vulnerability in its KLINK iOS app that could have allowed attackers to hijack the Facebook and Twitter accounts of its users, according to Ashkan Soltani, the independent security researcher who claims to have found the flaw....
Face.com iOS flaw could have allowed Facebook, Twitter account hijacking

Google bots detect 9,500 new malicious websites every day

arstechnica.com
Google Google adds a staggering 9,500 new websites every day to its running list of malicious Internet destinations so the company can warn end users before they visit the sites, a member of the company's security team said. "These are either innocent websites that have been compromised by malware...
Google bots detect 9,500 new malicious websites every day

New Android Malware is Disguised as a Security App

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The new Zeus malware steals incoming text messages and sends them to command-and-control servers operated by the attackers....
New Android Malware is Disguised as a Security App

Google completes buyout of Magnolia Broadband patents, puts a little extra protection under its belt

www.engadget.com
Magnolia Broadband revealed that Google was buying some of its patents at the start of June, but to say that its confirmation was brief would be an understatement. It's being more verbose now that the transaction has been cleared: Google now owns over 50 patents for beamforming wireless signals....
Google completes buyout of Magnolia Broadband patents, puts a little extra protection under its belt

VMware patches arbitrary code execution flaw in desktop, server virtualization products

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Virtualization software vendor VMware has released security patches for its Workstation, Player, Fusion, ESXi and ESX products in order to address two vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to compromise the host system or crash a virtual machine....
VMware patches arbitrary code execution flaw in desktop, server virtualization products

State-sponsored attackers likely used IE hole to target Gmail accounts

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Active attacks via an IE vulnerability appear linked to at least some of the state-sponsored attacks Google is warning Gmail users about. [Read more]...
State-sponsored attackers likely used IE hole to target Gmail accounts

Microsoft offers temporary fix for 'state sponsored' IE hack

www.electronista.com
Microsoft has issued a formal warning and a temporary fix for an Internet Explorer security flaw that has enabled attackers to gain access to Gmail accounts. Beginning last week, a number of Gmail users have logged into their e-mail accounts to find an alert from Google stating that "We believe...
Microsoft offers temporary fix for 'state sponsored' IE hack
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