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By dataserfs on 11/22/2013 1:33 PM
Earlier this year, researchers began noticing suspicious activity called route hijacking, a type of man-in-the-middle attack on Internet traffic.

The technique routes the traffic through countries around the world where it could be inspected and possibly altered before being sent on to its final destination.
By dataserfs on 4/4/2013 8:27 AM
A trivially exploitable denial of service was announced in ISC BIND last week.
By andy on 5/18/2011 9:43 AM

Users should be aware of potential email scams, fake antivirus, and phishing attacks regarding the Mississippi flooding disaster. Email scams may contain links or attachments that may direct users to phishing or malicious websites.

By andy on 12/31/2010 10:13 AM

As the winter holidays are quickly approaching, US-CERT is republishing this entry to increase awareness.

In the past, US-CERT has received reports of an increased number of phishing scams and malware campaigns that take advantage of the winter holiday and holiday shopping season. US-CERT reminds users to remain cautious when receiving unsolicited email messages that could be part of a potential phishing scam or malware campaign.

By andy on 9/24/2010 3:10 PM

For those of you who are tired of HTML, Perl and Ajax in our monitoring system, here is some great news!

By andy on 9/21/2010 12:55 PM

Last week two security ‘researchers’ (Thai Duong and Juliano Rizzo) publicly claimed they had found a core vulnerability in ASP.NET. They claimed they could develop an attack that would exploit this vulnerability.  Since then we have closely monitored as events unfolded. Our security team has been at full alert and working overtime, along with the teams at Microsoft, so we were ready to take remedial measures in near real-time if the attack materialized. 

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