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Alerts for techmails79758@gmail.com from ZDNet.com | Aug 11, 2009 12:01:11 AM

Microsoft's Bing invaded by pharmaceutical scammers

Dancho Danchev: Rogue online pharmacies have found a way to exploit Bing’s advertising program. According to a recently released report by KnujOn and LegitScript, 90% of the Bing sponsored pharmacy ads were rogue ones, shipping counterfeit prescription drugs, with the bogus companies participating part of larger affiliate networks like this one analyzed last year. The report also details a [...]

Fri Aug 07 12:45:44 PDT 2009

Browser flaws expose users to man-in-the-middle attacks

Ryan Naraine: Security researchers at Microsoft have found a way to break the end-to-end security guarantees of HTTPS without breaking any cryptographic scheme. During a research project (.pdf) concluded earlier this year, the Microsoft Research team discovered a set of vulnerabilities exploitable by a malicious proxy targeting browsers’ rendering modules above the HTTP/HTTPS layer. Here’s the gist of the [...]

Fri Aug 07 10:55:58 PDT 2009

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Rapid e-learning: Maturing technology brings balance and possibilities

Read this Nielsen Performance Group paper to learn how rapid e-Learning is impacted by the quality of the tools used to implement it. (Adobe)

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