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Submission + - Java exploit patched? Not so fast (theregister.co.uk)

PCM2 writes: The Register reports that Security Explorations' Adam Gowdiak says there is still an exploitable vulnerability in the Java SE 7 Update 7 that Oracle shipped as an emergency patch yesterday. 'As in the case of the earlier vulnerabilities, Gowdiak says, this flaw allows an attacker to bypass the Java security sandbox completely, making it possible to install malware or execute malicious code on affected systems.'
Security

Submission + - Kaspersky researchers seek help identifying Duqu malware (infoworld.com)

PCM2 writes: Malware experts from Kaspersky Lab have asked the programming community for help identifying the programming language, compiler, or framework that was used to write an important part of the Duqu Trojan, in the hope that it could reveal clues about who created it or why. "The mysterious programming language is definitively not C++, Objective C, Java, Python, Ada, Lua, and many other languages we have checked," Soumenkov said, adding that Kaspersky's research team has spent countless hours analyzing the code.

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