- Commercial quantum crypto thoroughly hacked with lasers, Slashdot
- Microsoft fix for DLL vulnerability, Krebs on Security
- Microsoft tool for DLL vulnerability interferes with some applications, The H
- QuickTime flaw allows remote execution attack, The Register
- Twitter moves completely to OAuth for 3rd party apps, Web Monkey
- Fake Tweetdeck update prompts Twitter to reset passwords of compromised accounts, The Register
- Critical vulnerabilities in RealPlayer, Zero Day
- Google’s project hosting service used to host malware, Zero Day
- Questions about the security of Twitter’s OAuth implementation, Ars Technica
- Security patches for Chrome on its 2nd birthday, Zero Day
- Apple patches iTunes security flaws, Zero Day
- New malware imitates browser warning pages, Slashdot
- Data stealing bug in MSIE 8, Slashdot
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