- More details of Sykipot exploits of Adobe Reader flaw surface, threatpost
- Winamp update closes security holes, The H Security: News and Features
- Google Wallet stores too much unencrypted data in a rooted device–report, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Google removes 22 malicious apps from the Android Market, The H Open Source: News and Features
- Carrier IQ finds bug that has been saving SMS texts, The H Security: News and Features
- Adobe pushes fix for ColdFusion cross site scripting hole. No word on Reader, Acrobat patch, threatpost
- Google fixes 15 flaws in Chrome, threatpost
- Microsoft patches Windows flaw exploited by Duqu, threatpost
- Microsoft fixes Duqu hole, but not BEAST problem, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Windows Phone vulnerable to SMS attack – Update, The H Security: News and Features
- Multiple vulnerabilities haunt long list of PLC modules, threatpost
- Feds scrutinizing Carrier IQ, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Pidgin IM client 2.10.1 fixes crashing vulnerabilities, The H Security: News and Features
- The Sovereign Keys Project, Electronic Frontier Foundation via Bruce Schneier
- Reports point to credit card processor breach in Europe, threatpost
- ‘Self-aware’ bank account robbing code unleashed by hacker, The Register
- Resurrection: sniffing tool Ettercap has returned, The H Open Source: News and Features
- Windows 8 stores passwords in the cloud, The H Security: News and Features
- New standard for issuance of SSL/TLS certificates, Slashdot
- Adobe kills two actively exploited bugs in Reader, The Register
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