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ActiveX Vulnerability Pwns MySpace, Facebook users

"A buffer overflow enabled hackers to exploit the Aurigma ActiveX image uploading software used by Facebook, MySpace and other social networking sites, " said Rachwald.

"The bad news is that this exploit is being used in a hacker toolkit currently being offered for download on several Chinese language sites, meaning that novices have been able to stage these attacks, and not just professional hackers."

Article Link: http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2210932/buffer-overflow-hacks-target


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