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Atrivo/Intercage are offline, for now…

September 21st 2008 in Uncategorized

And they’re not happy…

The question is, where will Atrivo/Intercage’s infamous clientele go? 

The hostexploit.com study that was at the centre of this maelstrom can still be found at the URL below (a PDF, just under 2 megabytes in size):




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“Atrivo/Intercage are offline, for now…”

A Watcher

Shame they had another AS in their pocket
Cernel have transit from Tiscali.net


It looks like they may already be back, using UNITEDLAYER.

Adobe have blogged about changes being made to Flash to address various security issues, including the Flash clipboard attacks that received so much press attention not that long ago. Blog article here:http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/2008/09/clipboard_attack_update.html Devnet article:http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/fplayer10_security_changes.html   The changes: In Flash Player 9, ActionScript could perform uploads and downloads at any time. With Flash Player 10 beta, […]

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I’ve wanted to do this for ages … never did get around to it … ;o) Steve has put together a chart listing the default settings for each Internet Explorer security level (IE7 on Vista SP1) – you can find it here:http://blogs.technet.com/steriley/archive/2008/09/16/internet-explorer-security-levels-compared.aspx

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