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He also refers to martinis as “‘tinis,” which might be enough for us to never casually download Tinder “for research purposes” ever again. The video was written and directed by Connor Hines, with whom — full disclosure — I took theater class in undergrad. “My friends, some of them go on what feels like twelve […]

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Today, cybercriminals are quick to exploit vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader, Flash and Java to infect users’ computers. There is a simple reason for this popularity: exploits of vulnerabilities found in these products can infect computers regardless of which operating systems and browsers are used on the attacked machines. We assumed that the threats posed to […]

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A critical Internet Explorer vulnerability, announced and patched by Microsoft in June’s Patch Tuesday, is being exploited in the wild.The vulnerability is CVE-2012-1875 (don’t expect any detail – this link is just boilerplate stuff), patched in MS12-037.SophosLabs has seen numerous attempts to exploit this vulnerability (Sophos products detect it as Exp/20121875-A). Cunningly-crafted JavaScript code – […]

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