Zero day exploit for Firefox 3.6 Russian security firm Intevydis has made a Windows exploit for a previously unknown security hole in Firefox 3.6 available to its customers. The exploit allows attackers to remotely gain control of a PC. H-Online

YouTube expands video rental program Last month, YouTube rolled out a new rental service that allowed users to rent independent films from the Sundance film festival. But now, despite weak demand for those films, YouTube has quietly expanded the video rental program with a number of niche content providers. NewTeeVee

Twitter phishing attack in progress – don't click on "lol, is this you??" If you receive a direct message on Twitter that says, "lol, is this you," don't click it. The link will put up a fake Twitter login page, potentially tricking you into giving the phisher your Twitter login and password. VentureBeat

Scalpers getting $30 for StarCraft II beta keys Not that I'm sharing this in a run-go-get-it sense. But some enterprising key recipients have chosen not to participate in the StarCraft II beta. Some 49 keys are being auctioned on eBay right now, with bids reaching up to $305. Kotaku

Command & Conquer 4 won't have LAN support or dedicated servers Based on the precedent set by your reaction to similar news for StarCraft 2 and Modern Warfare 2, we're guessing you're not going to like the information Command & Conquer 4 lead designer Sam Bass recently shared with Destructoid. According to him, the FMV-filled strategy title won't provide any LAN or dedicated server support to its players. Joystiq

>5000 Apps banned; the new rules I have spoken with Apple, and the following are the new rules: ChilliFresh