ZDNet's ZeroDay security blog reports that software engineering and reverse engineering expert and author Kris Kapersky is ready to prove that bugs in Intel CPUs can be exploited by various types of attacks. Kapersky will be speaking at the 2008 Hack in the Box Security Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Maylasia, in October.
To find out how Kapersky plans to prove his theory, read on after the jump.
Framed web pages are everywhere - but IE isn't ready to handle iFrame hijacking. ZDNet's Zero Day blog repots that exploit code is now available online to demonstrate how to perform malicious attacks against IE7 as well as IE6 and even IE8 beta 1. Even if your version of IE is fully patched, it's not ready to handle this vulnerability.
To find out how the threat works, join us after the break.
Who's Byron Ng? A total tool, that's who. He's the one who ran a few Google searches and tipped off the Associated Press about a Facebook exploit that's been passing around the 'net for months now. The AP picked up the story and put it in every newspaper under the sun, making him a minor campus celebrity who's now forever disinvited to Facebook Club. It also tippped off Facebook to what was going on, and the company was quick to plug the exploit.