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Big day for exploits

Nearly 90 percent of Android devices vulnerable to endless reboot bug.- Exploits a flaw in Android media players when running .mkv files only. The vulnerability affects Android versions 4.0.1 to 5.1.1 Google has already patched the vulnerability. http://www.scmagazine.com/yet-another-dos-vulnerability-affects-android-devices/article/430661/ Revamped RIG exploit kit infects 1 million PCs (27,...
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Google's No Captcha reCaptcha Breakable?

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Egor Homakov of Sakurity claims, I’d say proved, that Google’s No Captcha reCaptcha might not be as bot proof as we thought. Due to reCAPTCHA’s reliance on user’s previous behavior (cookies), going incognito brings you to old school Captcha again. Now remember, this is same captcha Google said, and we agree, is not secure...
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SSL3 Vulnerability code-named 'Poodle'

SSL version 3 is still being supported across all platforms. That is , even though this encryption mechanism for the web is 15 years old, almost as old as Windows XP. Google researchers revealed today that SSL 3 might be vulnerable to Man in the Middle (MITM) attacks. Basically, an attacker who sits between you and your service provider...
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