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Last June 13, Microsoft released its security update for Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2699988) (CVE-2012-1875), which is exploited by a malware detected by Trend Micro as JS_DLOADER.SMGA. The attack code for this vulnerability has also been made public. There are few cases where that attack code is released simultaneously with Microsoft’s security update. […]

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Not surprisingly, more than two and a half years after a critical patch has been delivered, we see customers that didn’t update. And if we can see them, then also the bad guys see them as well. Even worse, we see such an issue affecting MacOS users who usually are not used to think to […]

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Yesterday, Adobe released a Security Advisory warning about a vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Adobe rated this vulnerability “critical,” because it may allow an attacker to execute code remotely and take control of an affected system. Adobe is currently working on a fix and planning to roll that fix out next week for the 9.x versions of its […]

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