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Tweet Week: October 25-31, 2010

   01 Nov 10   Filed in Tweet Week

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

October 26, 2010

[] Java replaces Adobe Reader as the most frequent attack target

[] Firefox extension steals Facebook, Twitter, etc. sessions — when on a public network, use HTTPS

Google Chrome extension to report spam directly from search results pages — via @mattcutts

[] Discussion on how Google can better support millions of webmasters — via @mattcutts

October 28, 2010

[] Mozilla issues Firefox & Thunderbird security updates — 3.6.12 just one week after 3.6.11

[] Koobface variant as a trojan for Mac OS X — pretends to be a Java applet

RT @gcluley: Critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash, Reader, Acrobat. No patches until week after next..

RT @JohnMu: RT @google: Fighting malicious content on @blogger, plus some tips on how to browse Blogger safely

Tools to check whether your browser plug-ins are up-to-date: SecBrowsing, Mozilla Plugin Check

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