- Researchers to demonstrate Tor network hijack method, threatpost
- Tor Project’s response to supposed hijack attack, The Tor Project
- New Tor release fixes de-anonymization attack, threatpost
- Attack tool released to exploit SSL DoS issue, threatpost
- Security researcher criticizes secure boot, The Register
- Researchers find holes in cloud stacks, The H Open
- Google fixes 27 bugs in Chrome 15, threatpost
- EFF report on how frequently SSL is attacked, EFF
- Old flaw turns unpatched JBoss servers into botnet, Ars Technica
- Blind attack on insulin pumps could deliver lethal dose, threatpost
- Further evidence of certificate authority break-ins, The H Security
- Spotted in Iran, Duqu may not be derived from Stuxnet after all, Ars Technica
- New Mac OS X malware with DDoS functionality spotted in the wild, Zero Day at ZDNet
- Security researchers find major security flaw in Facebook, Zero Day at ZDNet
- Intel chips let web sites check your computer’s ID, InSecurity Complex at cnet
- Facebook adds security features trusted friends, app passwords, ReadWriteWeb
- Dolphin browser on Android relayed URL data, Slashdot
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