GLSA 201201-18 (High): bipview story

http://security.gentoo.org – bip: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

GLSA 201201-19 (Normal): acroreadview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Adobe Reader: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

GLSA 201201-08 (Normal): fontforgeview story

http://security.gentoo.org – FontForge: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code (Security)

GLSA 201201-06 (High): iscsitargetview story

http://security.gentoo.org – iSCSI Enterprise Target: Arbitrary code execution (Security)

GLSA 201201-07 (High): nxserver-freeedition (and 1view story

http://security.gentoo.org – NX Server Free Edition, NX Node: Privilege escalation (Security)

Recover lost photos-Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX9 Photo Recovery Softwareview story

http://blog.card-data-recovery.com – The article analyses the common cases that causing losing photos in Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX9 and puts forwards tips on how to recover lost photos with digital photo recovery tool (Security)

GLSA 201111-04 (Normal): PEAR-PhpDocumentorview story

http://security.gentoo.org – phpDocumentor: Function call injection (Security)

GLSA 201111-03 (High): openttdview story

http://security.gentoo.org – OpenTTD: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

GLSA 201111-02 (Normal): sun-jre-bin (and 2view story

http://security.gentoo.org – Oracle JRE/JDK: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

Virus Scanning on Linuxview story

http://linuxaria.com – Can Linux be infected by MalWare and is it a big concern? The answer to that question is both Yes and No: Yes, Linux can be Infected and No, it isn’t a big nightmare – yet. Unless you downloaded the Unreal IRCd (Unreal IRC daemon) and installed it between November 2009 and June 2010 on your Linux server. There was a Trojan downloader in it. A Linux Trojan. See the Softpedia Article (Security)