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|Oracle releases emergency fix for Java zero-day exploit|
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|Computerworld Security: March 05, 2013|
Oracle releases emergency fix for Java zero-day exploit
Oracle released emergency patches for Java on Monday to address two critical
vulnerabilities, one of which is actively being exploited by hackers in targeted
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IN THIS ISSUE
1. Google squashes 10 Chrome bugs as $100K Pwn2Own hacking prize looms
2. BitDefender traces MiniDuke espionage malware back to June 2011
3. Researchers link latest Java zero-day exploit to Bit9 hack
4. Richi Jennings: Evernote password reset: Data-protection FAIL
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Google squashes 10 Chrome bugs as $100K Pwn2Own hacking prize looms
Google today patched 10 vulnerabilities in Chrome, just two days before the
start of Pwn2Own, a hacking contest that has $100, 000 in prize money waiting for
the first researcher to crack the browser
BitDefender traces MiniDuke espionage malware back to June 2011
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Researchers link latest Java zero-day exploit to Bit9 hack
The attacks discovered last week that exploited a previously unknown Java
vulnerability were likely launched by the same attackers that previously
targeted security firm Bit9 and its customers, according to researchers from
antivirus vendor Symantec.
Richi Jennings: Evernote password reset: Data-protection FAIL
Evernote's password protection found wanting, as hackers filch data. Evernote,
the cloud-based note-taking service, has 'fessed up to being hacked. It seems
the attackers made off with users' email addresses and the password database.
The passwords were salted and hashed, but there's no word on how strongly. In IT
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