Summarizing Zero Day's Posts for October

Here's a brief summary of all of my posts at Zero Day for October. You can also go through previous summaries for September, August and July, as well as subscribe to my personal RSS feed or Zero Day's main feed.

Notable articles for October - Scammers introduce ATM skimmers with built-in SMS notification; Inside an affiliate spam program for pharmaceuticals; CardCops: Stolen credit card details getting cheaper.

01. Cybercriminals syndicating Google Trends keywords to serve malware
02. Scammers introduce ATM skimmers with built-in SMS notification
03. Atrivo/Intercage's disconnection briefly disrupts spam levels
04. Adobe posts workaround for clickjacking flaw, NoScript releases ClearClick
05. Asus ships Eee Box PCs with malware
06. Fake Microsoft Patch Tuesday malware campaign spreading
07. Secunia: popular security suites failing to block exploits
08. Survey: 88% of Mumbai's wireless networks easy to compromise
09. Adobe's Serious Magic site SQL Injected by Asprox botnet
10. Inside an affiliate spam program for pharmaceuticals
11. Google to introduce warnings for potentially hackable sites
12. Lack of phishing attacks data sharing puts $300M at stake annually
13. CardCops: Stolen credit card details getting cheaper
14. Cybercrime friendly EstDomains loses ICANN registrar accreditation
15. Phishers apply quality assurance, start validating credit card numbers
16. Spammers targeting Bebo, generate thousands of bogus accounts

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