Interesting Information Security Bits for June 25th, 2008

Hi there. Here are today’s interesting bits.

From the Blogosphere.

F-secure has posted a notice about two Mac OSX trojans.

Adobe is in the news again with a patch for yet another critical PDF Reader flaw. Head-up provide by Zero Day.

Via TaoSecurity, a post by Pascal Meunier, Virtualization Is Successful Because Operating Systems are Weak, puts forth an interesting way to look at virtualization.

What it looks like is that we have sinking boats, so we’re putting them inside a bigger, more powerful boat, virtualization…

Chris Eng at Veracode has Part 1 of Minimizing the Attack Surface up. Good read.

Security4all points us at a way to get Nessus 3 installed on Backtrack 3. Very cool, but watch that new licensing.

From the Newsosphere.

Verisign has been picked by Microsoft as the OpenID provider for users of HealthVault.

The Marshall Islands, a small country in the South Pacific, was effectively denied access to email by a denial of service attack.

Yahoo! Mail was vulnerable to a XSS attack which allowed access to confidential information. It’s fixed now.

Some HSBC websites are also susceptible to XSS attacks.

Surprise, Surprise, China networks host a large number of the websites pushing malware.

That’s it for today folks.

Have a good one.

Kevin

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