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Thirty years ago, Adobe created the Portable Document Format (PDF) to facilitate sharing documents across different software applications while maintaining text and image formatting. Today, PDF is considered the de facto industry standard for documents that contain critical and sensitive business information. In fact, it is estimated that more than three (3) trillion PDFs – […]

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A cyber mercenary that “ostensibly sells general security and information analysis services to commercial customers” used several Windows and Adobe zero-day exploits in limited and highly-targeted attacks against European and Central American entities. The company, which Microsoft describes as a private-sector offensive actor (PSOA), is an Austria-based outfit called DSIRF that’s linked to the development […]

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February 2022 Patch Tuesday was an anomaly. Not only did we see record low numbers of vulnerabilities addressed across all of Microsoft’s operating systems, but we also saw for the first time in my experience that all the updates were only rated Important. After the reissuing of updates in January, we expected fewer CVEs would […]

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