New zero-day exploits in industrial software channel the ghost of Microsoft Bob
New zero-day exploits in industrial software channel the ghost of Microsoft Bob
                                       

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Researcher finds NFC exploits in Android, Nokia smartphones

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A software security researcher has used the 2012 Black Hat security conference to demonstrate NFC security vulnerabilities in both Android and Nokia smartphones, according to CNet. Security expert Charlie Miller showed how NFC tags can be used to direct users to a maliciously crafted websites without a user's consent. A...
Researcher finds NFC exploits in Android, Nokia smartphones
Android handsets 'hijacked' using NFC exploits

Security scanner probes 1 million IPs per hour for scary vulns

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Immunity Inc. has released a security tool that can scan an astounding 1 million IP addresses per hour, discovering if they're susceptible to hacks that allow attackers to hijack servers or retrieve sensitive data. The entry-level package of Swarm, as the service is called, is a 4U server that includes...
Security scanner probes 1 million IPs per hour for scary vulns

Move over, Flame: New Messiah-themed malware targets Iran, Israel

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Almost half of the systems infected by Madi were located in Iran. Seculert Blog Researchers have discovered another piece of espionage malware targeting sensitive organizations in the Middle East, this time, siphoning e-mails, passwords, computer files, and nearby conversations from more than 800 PCs operated by critical infrastructure companies,...
Move over, Flame: New Messiah-themed malware targets Iran, Israel

Motorola discounts the MOTOACTV $100, hopes you're still in bikini slim-down mode

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Still in the middle of your seasonal weight loss regimen? Well, if you're in the market for a new fitness wearable, Motorola has dropped the price on its MOTOACTV to $149.99 for the 8GB model, $199.99 for the 16GB version and $299.99 for the Multi-Sport Edition. Need a quick...
Motorola discounts the MOTOACTV $100, hopes you're still in bikini slim-down mode

One Million User IDs Stolen In Android Forums Hack

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News updates all day from Fast Company.The Android forums at website Phandroid have been hacked this week, it's being reported. More than a million user IDs have been compromised, which includes information such as email addresses and passwords and other information--although the passwords were hashed, which should be some small...
One Million User IDs Stolen In Android Forums Hack

Browser-controlled robot lets you skip stones remotely, mentally escape the concrete jungle

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Can't unwind without the aid of open spaces? Skippy the robot might be able to help you out. The aptly named bot lets you remotely skip stones across an Idaho pond using a simple web interface. After waiting for your turn in a virtual queue, the machine lets you...
Browser-controlled robot lets you skip stones remotely, mentally escape the concrete jungle

Widely Used Web Attack Toolkit Exploits Unpatched MSXML Flaw

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An exploit for an unpatched vulnerability in the Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) has been incorporated into Blackhole, one of the most widely used Web attack......
Widely Used Web Attack Toolkit Exploits Unpatched MSXML Flaw

Web attack toolkit exploits unpatched Microsoft XML flaw

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An exploit for an unpatched vulnerability in the Microsoft XML Core Services has been incorporated into Blackhole, one of the most widely used Web attack toolkits, according to security researchers from antivirus firm Sophos....
Web attack toolkit exploits unpatched Microsoft XML flaw
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