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New details on Java 7 issue published

After Oracle refuses to treat it as a vulnerability. A security research firm released details of a Java 7 sandbox bypass known as “Issue 54” that Oracle does not regard as a security vulnerability.

Check your routers, new backdoor found in TP-Link routers

Researchers have discovered a backdoor in some TP-Link routers that has the router download and execute a file when a specific URL is called.

NIST National Vulnerability Database down

Malware identified on two Web servers. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) took down several of their Web sites, including the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) after malware was found on them.

Not a match made in heaven, Zoosk asks users to reset passwords following mass leak.

The online dating Web site Zoosk asked some users to change their passwords after a large password dump was posted online containing Zoosk passwords, among others.

HP, CERT warn of critical hole in LaserJet printers

HP and DHS’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) warned that some LaserJet printers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard (HP) have a security vulnerability that could allow remote data access to attackers.

Miniduke malware linked to Java and IE 8

Researchers found that the Miniduke cyber espionage campaign used exploits for Java and Internet Explorer (IS) 8 to infect target computers.

Mozilla and Google race to patch new flaws

Mozilla and Google patch browser flaws used in Pwn2Own. Google and Mozilla released patches to deal with security vulnerabilities in their respective Chrome and Firefox browsers revealed during the Pwn2Own 2013 competition.