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Tweet Week: Dec 14-20, 2009

   20 Dec 09   Filed in Tweet Week

Selected short messages and links you might have missed if you don’t follow me on Twitter.

Dec 15, 2009

[] Attacks on unpatched holes in Adobe Reader and Acrobat

Dec 16, 2009

[] Firefox 3.5.6 fixes a critical vulnerability in the browser engine – update ASAP

Let’s stop talking about “backups” by @spolsky . Can you restore your entire site in a reasonable amount of time?

Testing Unmask Parasites in a more paranoid mode. May result in more false positives…

Dec 17, 2009

RT @stopbadware: FBI estimates losses due to “scareware” of at least US$150m

Dec 18, 2009

RT @wordpress: It’s official, WordPress 2.9 (“Carmen”) is alive and kicking you in the pants. Upgrade!

Dec 19, 2009

Very insightful thread on security risks to web-based businesses. Especially Kaleh’s and @JohnMu‘s msgs. Must read! (Especially for owners of small business sites and web hosting providers. Bookmark it and reread every once in a while)

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