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    Wednesday, October 08, 2008

    Zero Day's Posts for September

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    Summarizing Zero Day's Posts for September

    As usual, here's September's summary of all of my posts at Zero Day. You may also want to catch up and go through August's and July's summaries, next to adding my personal RSS feed or Zero Day's main feed to your RSS reader.

    Notable article for September - Spamming vendor launches managed spamming service.

    01. DoS vulnerability hits Google's Chrome, crashes with all tabs
    02. Malware and spam attacks exploiting Picasa and ImageShack
    03. Spamming vendor launches managed spamming service
    04. Facebook introducing new security warning feature
    05. Google downplays Chrome's carpet-bombing flaw
    06. Targeted malware attack against U.S schools intercepted
    07. The most "dangerous" celebrities to search for in 2008
    08. Norwegian BitTorrent tracker under DDoS attack
    09. Attacker: Hacking Sarah Palin's email was easy
    10. Bill O'Reilly's web site hacked, attackers release personal details of users
    11. India's government: At last, we've cracked Blackberry's encryption
    12. Memory exhaustion DoS vulnerability hits Google's Chrome
    13. 44% of second hand mobile devices still contain sensitive data
    14. Spammers attacking Microsoft's CAPTCHA -- again

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