5 Security Things to Know for the Week of May 23

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Now let's move on to the five infosec headlines you need to know this week:

1) A just-fixed vulnerability in Flash has already been added to popular exploits. Meanwhile, Google is planning to phase out Flash this year in its Chrome browser.

2) A buffer overflow flaw in a popular security product could lead to the "blue screen of death."

3) A firmware bug that wasn't widely patched has resulted in a major worm threat for internet service providers.

4) ATM skimming continues to see impressive evolution.

5) Long read: Here's the story of an Eastern European hacker-turned-FBI mole.

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