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  1. PHP Blogging Apps Open to XML-RPC Exploits

    Straight from Slashdot. http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/07/04/2153224

    PHP libraries handling XML-RPC, which could allow a server compromise. Affected apps include Wordpress, Drupal,...
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    blogger comments exploit

    If you or your one of clients are hosting a blogger via ftp on your account, commenting needs to be disabled for now..

    See the following article:
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    Cubecart Security update

    They just released a new version:
    http://www.cubecart.com/site/forums/index.php?showtopic=6032
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    WebCalendar -Security update

    See:
    http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1229226&forum_id=11587

    By: Craig Knudsen - cknudsen
    Security Warning: Please upgrade to 1.0RC2
    2005-02-12 08:21
    If you are running...
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    Crafty Syntax Live Help

    There was a new release of CSLH www.cslh.com

    security fixes include

    - Globals are now deleted rather then extracted. Although no security holes have been found since version 2.7.3 due to...
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    I am currently writting an apache module that...

    I am currently writting an apache module that watches the httpd logs in realtime and locks down a domain when a pre-defined script exploit is used on a website . It's kind of like an antivirus...
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    This is one of the reasons spam is on the...

    This is one of the reasons spam is on the increase: :(
    http://it.slashdot.org/it/05/01/13/1721203.shtml?tid=111
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    If you're going to be sending that many emails...

    If you're going to be sending that many emails why don't you setup your own smtp server? And send them from your own computer?
    :)
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    Super Deluxe

    I had had an unfortunate event happen last week where one of my clients accounts hacked and their domain was suspended on Christmas Eve :( .

    My user was keeping his scripts up to date in cpanel...
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    Did you look at the access logs to make sure that...

    Did you look at the access logs to make sure that it's not a script?
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