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Adobe Incubates Flash Runtime for Firefox

The Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Player Incubator program updated their Flash Platform runtime beta program to version 5, delivered as Flash Player version 11.2.300.130. It includes a “sandboxed” version of the 32-bit Flash Player they are calling “Protected Mode for Mozilla Firefox on Windows 7 and Windows Vista systems”. It has been over a year since Adobe discussed the Internet Explorer ActiveX Protected Mode version on their ASSET blog, and the version running on Google Chrome was sandboxed too. Read Full Article

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Is .info the new .cc?

In April, the .co.cc and .cz.cc sub-domains were absolutely littered with malware distributing web sites, and the unusually telling DNS registration setup on .co.cc and .cz.cc had forecast the previously upcoming Apple FakeAv. That DNS setup later led to FakeAv downloads for the Mac as forecast. But FakeAv distribution has been steadily declining since the beginning of the year, and a few related major events have occurred over the past six months. Blackhole operators have migrated to .info domains, along with other related malicious site operators. Have they pushed .info to become the new .cc?

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The msvidctl Internet Explorer 0day

As you’ve probably already heard, there’s a dangerous vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 & Internet Explorer 7 being exploited in the wild. The vulnerability affects Windows XP Service Pack 0 to Service Pack 3. Microsoft hasn’t released a patch yet, but they have provided a work-around. Read Full Article