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A security researcher has identified and reported what appears to be a denial-of-service (DoS) bug affecting current versions of #google chrome. Andris Atteka reported on Friday that the bug can be triggered by adding a NULL character in the URL string. The expert published the following example link on his blog: When the mouse […]

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While trying to catch up with a huge backlog of recent email and potential blog topics, I came across this article that Graham Cluley posted a few days ago on Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) homograph attacks, the kind of spoofing attack where a site address looks legitimate but is not what it seems because a […]

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Banking Trojans traditionally use configuration files that have been stored on the computer being attacked. These configuration files contain the addresses of the compromised websites, and the code, called the Webinject, which they are seeking to add to these websites via the banking Trojans. This code is then responsible for stealing access data and personal […]

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