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Malware authors are always seeking new ways to hone their craft. As cybercriminals are facing a multitude of preventative technologies from Symantec and users are becoming more security conscious, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the bad guys to win.Recently, during research, we came across an oddly named sample, Word13.exe. Upon first glance, it appears to […]

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Note: This story has been updated with commentary from Entrust at the bottom. Mozilla has announced they are revoking another intermediate signing certificate used by a registrar in Malaysia, DigiCert Sdn. Bhd. According to the post, DigiCert Sdn. Bhd. (not to be confused with US based DigiCert) had issued 22 weak certificates (RSA 512) to […]

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The Mozilla Foundation issued the Security Advisory 2011-34 in order to completely remove the DigiNotar root certificate from its trusted vendors repository. We are missing any news from Apple which seems to completely ignore the entire issue. We haven’t see and updates of the operating system nor for its Safari browser. Microsoft issued the Security […]

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