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State-sponsored malware writers sharing code.
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Updated: Easy exploits allow arbitrary command execution.
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GSM networks targeted.
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Cyber defence agency warns against using WinXP, IE in unison
Combo "like removing both the belt and braces".
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Multiple platforms affected.
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Local privileged escalation, virtual machine escapes possible.
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Attackers target US Government, private sector organisations.
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WPS found to be vulnerable.
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Clientless SSL VPN products vulnerable
Systems bypass fundamental security mechanisms.
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US Computer Emergency Response Team (US-CERT) director Mischel Kwon has resigned her post.
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Exploit code for Microsoft Works flaw available: US-CERT
US-CERT has warned that exploit code is publicly available for a vulnerability that affects the Microsoft Works 6 file converter -- which could permit attackers to take control of an affected system.
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US-CERT warns of Veritas flaw
The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued an alert about a flaw in a Veritas Software data backup product, which it says is being actively exploited.
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US-CERT warns of compromised web sites
US-CERT said Thursday that it was tracking malicious activity involving compromised web sites running Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0 and possibly affecting users who visit the sites.
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