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Submission + - March RSA Hack Hits Lockheed, Remote Systems Breac (pcmag.com)

CPE1704TKS writes: I guess we know what the first target of the RSA hackers were now: military secrets. Unfortunately, RSA's complete silence on the matter will only remove any shred of confidence people have in their product.

From the article:

"So how did the hackers do it? It's been speculated that hackers obtained master key files during the March RSA attacks—as implied, a hacker then would be able to penetrate a SecurID-protected network by replicating an individual's exact keys generated by the particular device."

Submission + - Google Chrome has been hacked (vupen.com)

CPE1704TKS writes: From the site:

"We are (un)happy to announce that we have officially Pwnd Google Chrome and its sandbox.

While Chrome has one of the most secure sandboxes and has always survived the Pwn2Own contest during the last three years, we have now uncovered a reliable way to execute arbitrary code on any installation of Chrome despite its sandbox, ASLR and DEP."

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