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Content tagged with Vulnerabilities / Threats posted in November 2008
U.S. Army Goes Bot Hunting
News  |  11/26/2008  | 
As an automated network-flow analysis tool, BotHunter uses IDS routines to scan inbound and outbound network packet headers and payloads.
Nightmare Before Christmas: Researchers Warn Of Holiday Shopping Threats
News  |  11/26/2008  | 
Increases in malware, enterprise vulnerabilities, laptop theft expected
Facebook Wins $873 Million Judgment Against Spammer
News  |  11/24/2008  | 
The penalty is the largest award yet under the 2003 Can-Spam Act.
China Targets U.S. Computers For Espionage, Report Warns
News  |  11/20/2008  | 
The 2008 Annual Report to Congress urges tighter computer security measures to prevent data loss or corruption.
IT Security's Next Big Threat: Young People
News  |  11/19/2008  | 
Generation Y user behavior could endanger security of enteprise systems, studies say
Broadband Explosion in China And India To Fuel Bots, Spam
News  |  11/19/2008  | 
Botnets to cast wider geographic net, more widely adopt stealthy fast-flux technology, researcher says
Microsoft To Offer Free Security Software
News  |  11/19/2008  | 
Morro will replace the subscription Windows Live OneCare service starting next year.
Anti-Virus Vendor Makes Amends For PC-Breaking Snafu
News  |  11/14/2008  | 
The problem started Nov. 9 when AVG released a virus signature update that misidentified the user32.dll file, a core Windows XP file, as a Trojan.
Researchers Find Flaws In Microsoft VoIP Apps
News  |  11/14/2008  | 
Vulnerabilities could lead to denial-of-service attacks, researchers say
Employees' Online Shopping Could Threaten Company Security
Quick Hits  |  11/14/2008  | 
Younger employees say they plan to spend as much as five work hours shopping for the holiday season
Hosting King Of Spam And Botnets Shut Down, For Now
Quick Hits  |  11/13/2008  | 
McColo's fall results in a brief holiday from spam and botnet activity, but don't get used to it, researchers say
Antivirus Vendor's Snafu Breaks Users' PCs
News  |  11/11/2008  | 
AVG customers that unknowingly deleted the user32.dll file ended up with a PC that either wouldn't reboot or would go into an endless reboot cycle.
Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday Unusually Light
News  |  11/11/2008  | 
The lone critical vulnerability affects Microsoft XML Core Services and, left unchecked, could allow remote code execution if the user visits a maliciously crafted Web page.
25% Of DNS Servers Still Vulnerable To Kaminsky Flaw
News  |  11/11/2008  | 
Security researchers say that DNS will remain a primary exploit target because many people don't understand the Internet's domain name system.
ISPs Facing More Service-Level Attacks
Quick Hits  |  11/11/2008  | 
DDoS attacks hit 40Gbps, but it's the lower-profile attacks that most worry service providers, according to Arbor's new Wordwide Infrastructure Security Report
Many DNS Servers Still Vulnerable To Attack
Quick Hits  |  11/10/2008  | 
One-quarter of DNS servers are still not patched against cache poisoning, study says
Don't Blame TCP/IP
News  |  11/10/2008  | 
Recently disclosed threats to the Internet's IP infrastructure turn spotlight on the protocols -- but protection hinges more on politics and business than technology
Keys To Success Of Vulnerability Management
News  |  11/6/2008  | 
Follow these four principles: focus on output, align with business processes, integrate technologies, and leverage measurement.
Vulnerability Management That Works
News  |  11/6/2008  | 
IT must align its program with business values in order to succeed.
Obama, McCain Campaign Computers Hacked
News  |  11/5/2008  | 
Tech experts at the Obama headquarters initially believed that the computer systems had been invaded by a computer virus.
Web 2.0 Summit: Google, Wikipedia's Tips On Thwarting Spam Abuse
News  |  11/5/2008  | 
Panelists suggest using spam filtering services, "no follow" links, CAPTCHAs, patching religiously, and possibly even charging money to deter spammer registrations.
Virtual Worlds Riskier in Financial Crisis
News  |  11/5/2008  | 
Criminals 'follow the money' to where virtual and real-world economies converge
Adobe Issues Patch for Critical Reader Flaw
Quick Hits  |  11/4/2008  | 
Critical vulnerability could be used to exploit JavaScript engine in popular Reader application
Online Auction for Vulnerabilities Mulls Shutdown
News  |  11/4/2008  | 
WabiSabiLabi is considering closing the online marketplace for security vulnerabilities as it focuses on new line of unified threat management (UTM) appliances
Worm Exploiting Microsoft Windows Server Spotted
News  |  11/3/2008  | 
The vulnerability, which could allow a remote attacker to take over Windows computers without any user interaction, taps into the recent Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-067.
Lock-Picking Made Easy: New Key Duplication Tool Demonstrates Physical Security Risk
Quick Hits  |  11/3/2008  | 
UC-San Diego researchers show that a photograph is all you need to duplicate a key
Sneaky Malware Hard to Kill
News  |  11/3/2008  | 
Microsoft's new Security Intelligence Report finds Trojan downloaders/droppers are on the rise, while viruses decline
Google Patches Android Security Flaw
News  |  11/3/2008  | 
The company's over-the-air update fixes a browser vulnerability that could enable hackers to gain access to information like saved passwords.
Microsoft: Malware Threats Up 43%
News  |  11/3/2008  | 
The software maker says that the spread of unwanted software is growing faster than ever.


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