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US-CERT warns about free BlackBerry spyware app

http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-10384179-245.html?tag=mncol;title

A security director from Indonesia has created an application called
PhoneSnoop for the BlackBerry operating system that allows for remote
eavesdropping on phone calls. The software was written as a proof of
concept in order to show possibility attack methods for the platform.

The software would have to be installed through physical access or by
tricking the user.

New smarty packages fix several vulnerabilities

http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2009/Oct/326

CVE-2008-4810, CVE-2009-1669, Vulnerabilities in Smarty can lead to
remote code exploitation.

Although this vulnerability specifically targets Debian installations,
it is a good time to check your current Smarty version. Also, if you
use Smarty, it is recommended that you subscribe to the Smarty announce
mailing list. This is a low-traffic list that will notify you of new
releases and bug fixes.

Google closes vulnerability in Chrome 3

http://www.h-online.com/security/Google-closes-vulnerability-in-Chrome-3...

"Google released Chrome v3.0.195.24 to address a vulnerability that
could potentially be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary
code. A user would need to visit a maliciously crafted page for the
vulnerability to be exploited. Chrome should automatically update to
the new version."

Google closes vulnerability in Chrome 3

http://www.h-online.com/security/Google-closes-vulnerability-in-Chrome-3...

"Google released Chrome v3.0.195.24 to address a vulnerability that
could potentially be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary
code. A user would need to visit a maliciously crafted page for the
vulnerability to be exploited. Chrome should automatically update to
the new version."

Google closes vulnerability in Chrome 3

http://www.h-online.com/security/Google-closes-vulnerability-in-Chrome-3...

"Google released Chrome v3.0.195.24 to address a vulnerability that
could potentially be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary
code. A user would need to visit a maliciously crafted page for the
vulnerability to be exploited. Chrome should automatically update to
the new version."

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