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The hacks related to Apple involve a lot of complexities. Let’s review the time line: February 1st: Twitter’s Director of Information Security, Bob Lord, posted “Keeping our users secure” on Twitter’s blog. On a Friday. The weekend of the NFL’s Super Bowl. Lord explained that Twitter had been hacked, and that 250,000 accounts have had […]

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Yesterday, FireEye documented a Java zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2012-4681) in the wild that is thought to have been used initially in targeted attacks. Symantec is aware that attackers have been using this zero-day vulnerability for at least five days, since August 22. We have located two compromised websites serving up the malware: ok.XXXX.net/meeting/applet.jar 62.152.104.XXX/public/meeting/applet.jar One sample […]

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