Firefox's version 18 gets an update to 18.0.1.
The new point release mops up three bugs, all of them no doubt annoying to those affected, but none of them security related.
A proxy tool used by Iranian internet users to evade censorship and oppression is being distributed with a Trojan horse that can log their keystrokes and surfing habits reporting back their activities to its author.
Another Android Trojan is making the rounds, this one is distributed through drive-by downloads on compromised websites. Whether it's a proxy or a bot is not really important, make sure you don't install unsolicited packages on your phone.
SSCC 74 - fighting hi-tech crime, Kelihos botnet, iCode for USA, Amazon Silk tablet, Mac malware and the BEAST
This week, Chet and Paul Ducklin discuss the interesting and important topics of the past week: fighting hi-tech crime, tackling the Kelihos botnet, taking on zombified home users, examining the risks of Amazon's new Silk tablet, and understanding the BEAST!
Guest blogger Richard Baldry is the product manager for the Sophos Web Appliance here at Sophos Vancouver. Richard is currently raising money to fight colon cancer as part of Movember. If you like Rich's post please consider donating to Rich's Read more…
On Monday this week I reported on donate.barackobama.com being hacked. While Blue State Digital and the Democratic Nationinal Committee may disagree, I stand by the statement. It was clear that something was incorrectly configured, whether the data that was exposed Read more…