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11/11/2010

Weekly Security News – November 11, 2010

1. Facebook, Twitter fail latest security assessment
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2. Hackers break into OECD computer system
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3. ZeuS attackers set up honeypot for researchers
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4. Two alleged Zeus mules arrested in Wisconsin
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5. GoDaddy-hosted websites injected with malicious code
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6. Man Pleads Guilty to $4.8 Million ATM Fraud
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7. Man loses millions in computer virus-related scam
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8. Breaches cost health care industry $6 billion annually
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9. Burglar cuffed after crime scene MySpace blunder
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10. Student who hacked Bill O'Reilly gets 30 months
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11. Barracuda first security vendor to pay for bug finds
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12. 2 Charged With Fraud of Millions From Pianist
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13.  Latest IE 0-day exploit finds its way into Eleonore toolkit
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14. Malicious URLs Pose Mobile Hijacking Risk
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15. Hacker accesses Louisiana EMT licensing database
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16. Employees will take bigger risks during this holiday season
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17. Nasty IE 0day exploit hosted on Amnesty International site
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18. Virus Leads to $20 Million Scam
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