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IAC launches new shopping service

IAC (the company behind Ask.com, etc.) has launched a new shopping service. Now Barry Diller’s company, IAC/InterActiveCorp, among several others, is giving this kind of shopping software a revival. The company recently introduced Pronto, a software application...

How to turn off Active Scripting

The currently active IE zero-day exploit can be avoided by turning off Active Scripting (among other solutions).  However, not everyone may know how to do this.  George Ou has done the dirty work and posted a step-by-step instruction on what to do. ...

Seen in the wild: Spyware Quake

Updated info with fix here. There is a new rogue Anti-Spyware application out there serving as a replacement for Spy Falcon and SpyAxe. Spyware Quake is installed through the infamous VCodec trojan as well as various exploits. WHOIS Information: Domain Name:...

Exploit sites inching near 100

Update: Email may be an attack vector. From WebSense: As reported we are actively researching the newest IE zero-day exploits that are surfacing (s: http://www.websensesecuritylabs.com/alerts/alert.php?AlertID=449). To date we have discovered nearly 100 unique...