The H Week
This week, The H Security was pleased to see Twitter fix the SMS spoofing problem but less impressed with Twitter not turning on the fix by default, while it also suffered a new cross site scripting attack. A cold call to The H's editor put us on the trail of latest scam to steal credit card numbers from users by claiming their machines were infected. The H also looked at trojans that target ATMs and found papers on online banking card readers and the internals of the Conficker-C worm well worth reading.
As the release of the 2.6.29 Linux kernel approaches, The H's Kernel Log looked at the behind the scenes changes in the new version and looked at Linux's new, temporary, logo. Also popular this week, The H followed up on the debate about the Ext4 filesystem and data loss, examining and explaining the issues.
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