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Security A to Z: Rootkits November 27, 2006 Hackers aren't the only ones using rootkits. The Sony fiasco brought the toolkits into the mainstream.
Zero-day attack hits Word February 15, 2007 Microsoft is working to patch a security flaw in its word-processing software that is being used in targeted cyberattacks.
Word flaw hit with zero-day attack September 5, 2006 "Extremely critical flaw" in Microsoft Word 2000, which has no released patch, could lead to remote execution of code.
Cracking open the cybercrime economy December 14, 2007 Hacking for fun has evolved into hacking for profit, and created a business model nearly as sophisticated as that of legal software.
Trojan horse targets Skype users March 23, 2007 A variant of the Warezov Trojan horse has again been programmed to spread through the instant-messaging feature in Skype.
New worm targets Apple chat users February 16, 2006 The file, which spreads via the company's IM software, isn't a major threat, but security experts say it hints at vulnerabilities.
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