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Big companies are controversially rewarding the research community to find code flaws. By Angela Moscaritolo.
Mozilla has been compelled to issue an update for the new version of Firefox after a bug caused version 9 of the browser to crash.
Malicious apps were uploaded to Google's Android Market at the weekend.
Google Chrome contains a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to silently execute remote code on a victim's machine outside of the browser's built-in sandbox protections, according to researchers at Slovenia-based Acros Security.
As security researchers continue their analysis of Duqu, experts say the Stuxnet-like malware was likely used in targeted attacks for several months before being discovered by anti-virus (AV) companies, highlighting the shortcomings of an industry that many say is failing to keep up with sophisticated threats.
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