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A new report by malware research firm FireEye has uncovered an attack against the website of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, believed to be carried out by a group based in China. Using a tactic known as a watering-hole attack, the group used a previously unpublished exploit in Microsofts Internet Explorer 10 to seed malware […]

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In a classic watering hole attack, hackers compromised a well-known, respected high-traffic Website and planted malware in a bid to infect unsuspecting visitors.

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Microsoft released a long list of updates for Microsoft software today. The most interesting appear to be those patching Internet Explorer and the kernel software vulnerabilities. In all, ten critical “use-after-free” vulnerabilities are patched in IE along with one important Information Disclosure vulnerability, and three elevation of privilege vulnerabilities are being patched as well. Almost […]

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