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On August 4, websites hosted by Freedom Hosting, a service provider that offers anonymous hosting through the Tor network, began to host malicious scripts. This follows media reports from August 3 about US authorities seeking the extradition of the man believed to be the head of Freedom Hosting.  The scripts that were found take advantage […]

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Adobe released an out-of-band update for two critical zero-day vulnerabilities just a few days in advance to its regular monthly patch cycle. The Buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2013-0633), which exists in Flash Player can lead to remote code execution or denial of service conditions when exploited. This vulnerability, which has been exploited in the wild, targets […]

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In his summary of New Year predictions by security researchers here at ESET, Stephen Cobb pointed to expanded efforts by malware authors to target the Linux operating system. Looks like that might be right: A blog post published by Sucuri yesterday describes a backdoored version of the SSH daemon discovered on compromised servers. Interestingly, this […]

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