Sunday, December 04, 2011
The following is a brief summary of all of my posts at ZDNet's Zero Day for October. You can subscribe to my personal RSS feed, Zero Day's main feed, or follow me on Twitter:
01. iPhone 5 themed emails serve Windows malware
02. 27 of 100 tested Chrome extensions contain 51 vulnerabilities
03. 37 percent of users browsing the Web with insecure Java versions
04. Google introduces Safe Browsing Alerts for network administrators
05. Malware Watch: U.S Chamber of Commerce official letter; DHL delivery error, IRS notifications
06. 'Steve Jobs Alive!' emails lead to exploits and malware
07. Which is the most popular malware propagation tactic?
08. Spamvertised 'Cancellation of the package delivery' emails serving malware
09. Hacking group from Nepal posts 10,000 stolen Facebook accounts online
10. Over a million web sites affected in mass SQL injection attack
11. New Mac OS X malware disables Apple's malware protection
12. New Mac OS X malware with DDoS functionality spotted in the wild
13. Security researcher finds major security flaw in Facebook
This post has been reproduced from Dancho Danchev's blog. Follow him on Twitter.