|Zero Day Trojan In The Wild
By admin | July 24, 2008
There is currently an e-mail trojan circulating on the Internet that includes a trojan packaged as a Zip file. This is a variant on the "UPS Virus" that was circulating last week. You should delete all messages with text similar to the following:
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Spammers Break CAPTCHA Verification for Several Major Webmail Systems
By admin | July 3, 2008
ZDNet is reporting that the text-based human verification system known as CAPTCHA has been compromised by automated systems at Yahoo, Hotmail, and Gmail. This is allowing hackers to automatically sign up for free e-mail accounts that can be used for spam, scams, and phishing. This presents a challenging problem for spam prevention, as mail coming from legitimate Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo servers is not often marked as spam by most anti spam systems.
More information on this can be found at http://blogs.zdnet.com/security/?p=1418&tag=nl.e540
If you use CAPTCHA as a means of protection on your web site, you may want to consider one of the alternatives listed at the bottom of the following article:
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