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A zero-day vulnerability in Novell ZENworks Asset Management Software 7.5 gives access to any files with system privileges and could also allow an attacker to grab configuration parameters, including the backend credentials in clear text, according to Rapid7 exploit developer Juan Vazquez who discovered the vulnerability and wrote an exploit module for Metasploit

When the long arm of the law reached in to arrest members of Anonymous’s senior leadership on Tuesday, speculation immediately turned to the identities of the six men behind the Guy Fawkes mask. With the benefit of hindsight, it turns out that many had been hiding in plain site, with day jobs, burgeoning online lives and – for those who knew where to look – plenty of clues about their extra curricular activities on behalf of the world’s most famous hacking crew.

A new report from the BBC claims that Anonymous’s recent attack on The Sun’s website was more than the embarrassing defacement it appeared to be, and that in addition to posting a fake story, the group may have made off with the personal information of thousands of individuals that had entered into various competitions on that site.

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