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Adobe publicó un parche para el Zero-day en Internet Explorer

Adobe lanzó ayer un parche para Adobe Flash, que imposibilita la ejecución del zero-day en Internet Explorer. Fue publicado pocas horas después de que el gobierno de Estados Unidos recomendara a los usuarios de Internet Explorer que cambiaran de navegador, según el comunicado de prensa del United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US CERT). La actualización

Java zero day = time to disable Java, in your browser at least

Now is the time to disable Java in your web browser, or even remove it from your system if that is practical. Why? The bad guys are hard at work trying to exploit a zero day vulnerability in the latest version of Java (version 1.7, Update 6.). This vulnerability is the subject of a US-CERT

Phishing and Taxes: a dead CERT?

ZeuS-related malware appears to be sent by US-CERT and also misuses the name of APWG (the Anti-Phishing Working Group).

Security Education

Here are one or two resources some of you might find useful and interesting. Infragard and the Center for Information Security Awareness have a Security Awareness in the Workplace program that looks worth a closer look. It consists of 14 separate lessons addressing key information security issues "that can impact in the workplace". The free lessons

Confounding Conficker

[Update: Spiegl Online reports (in German!) that the total may be as high as 50 million infected machines: however, this figure seems to be extrapolated from the number of infections picked up Panda's online scanner. Statistically, I'm not sure it makes any sense at all to try to correlate this self-selecting sample to the total population of

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