Now its Firefox’s and Opera’s turn (Updated)
Posted by Jaime Raphael Licauco, CISSP, GSEC on December 19, 2008
IE Bug Update
(Computerworld) Hackers exploit IE bug with ‘insidious’ Word docs – ActiveX control in Word file downloads malware to unpatched PCs, says McAfee
MS08-078 and the SDL – The MSDN blog has released an analysis of the recent zero day bug of IE. In the end, the author states, “I think this bug is a great example of ‘you will never get the code 100% right, so multiple defenses are critical.'”
⌘+⇧+L and other useful OS X hidden features – Not Security related but I thought that some Mac heads might find this useful.
(Security Park) 44 per cent of EU SMBs have been attacked by cyber criminals
Adobe Flash Player for Linux Security Bulletin and Update
(Heise Security) Keyloggers under the microscope – A team assembled by honeynet specialist Thorsten Holz from the University of Mannheim has published a case study of banking trojans, keyloggers and their dropzones. “Learning More About the Underground Economy: A Case-Study of Keyloggers and Dropzones” is available for download here.
(Security Park) Mobile Phone Security Tips