Monthly Archives: October 2007

Angelina Jolie is popular in Trojan land

Wanna see very sexual Angelina Jolie in short leather skirt and white silk blouse. Where have we seen this sort of thing before? That’s right, I remember. Off to virustotal.com for a check; Antivirus Version Last Update Result AhnLab-V3 2007.10.23.0 … Continue reading

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Patch for Adobe Acrobat, Windows XP, IE 7 users.

Earlier this month I posted about the Unpatched Acrobat PDF Backdoor and suggested a fix by disabling the mailto: option. We now have an official patch release from Adobe; with an upgrade to Adobe Reader 8.1.1. Update available for vulnerability … Continue reading

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This weeks links: 2007-10-22

10 Necessary Mac Apps for the College Student Going through the first few weeks of college, I’ve found a few apps that have made my university life so much easier. Some of these apps will be things you have heard … Continue reading

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RealPlayer ierpplug.dll Overflow Vulnerability

Time to patch your RealPlayer, the exploit is currently being exploited in the wild; October 19, 2007 RealNetworks has issued a fix for a vulnerability, identified here by Symantec, that affects the import method of an Active X control. RealPlayer … Continue reading

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Winamp v5.5

Download the Winamp 10th Anniversary Edition. What’s New in Winamp 5.5? * A Completely Redesigned Interface, including Album Art * Multiple device support, including iPods * Access and Share Your Music and Videos with Winamp Remote * Play and Playlist … Continue reading

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Firefox 2.0.0.8

Mozilla have released Firefox 2.0.0.8. This version fixes eight vulnerabilities; Fixed in Firefox 2.0.0.8 MFSA 2007-36 URIs with invalid %-encoding mishandled by Windows MFSA 2007-35 XPCNativeWrapper pollution using Script object MFSA 2007-34 Possible file stealing through sftp protocol MFSA 2007-33 … Continue reading

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mIRC upgrade v6.3

I’ve just upgraded from mIRC v6.13 to mIRC v6.3, and mIRC v6.3 ate my popups! Or so it appeared; a little further investigation shows that mIRC now runs with user based settings separating the configs between machine user accounts. Yes … Continue reading

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