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Security Linux News for Jul 28, 2010

  • Cisco Details Enterprise Security Threats (2010-07-28 19:34:48)
    eSecurity Planet: "Cisco said Adobe Reader/Acrobat, Sun Java, and Adobe Flash were the three most common malware targets over the first half of 2010."

  • Privacy Lawsuit Targets Net Giants Over 'Zombie' Cookies (2010-07-28 16:04:00)
    Wired: "A wide swath of the net's top websites, including MTV, ESPN, MySpace, Hulu, ABC, NBC and Scribd, were sued in federal court Friday on the grounds they violated federal computer intrusion law by secretly using storage in Adobe's Flash player to re-create cookies deleted by users."

  • 'Secure OS': The Latest IT Oxymoron (2010-07-28 10:34:48)
    Serverwatch: "Talk to an Apple fanboy or girl, and chances are they'll tell you the company's Mac software is "better" than Microsoft's -- or anyone else's for that matter. So there will be a few of them slinking around holding their heads in shame right now thanks to some research published recently by security company Secunia."