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Regular readers of the Symantec blog may sometimes read blogs that mention a fraudulent file that is signed with a valid digital certificate or that an attacker signed their malware with a stolen digital certificate.You may recall that the creators of Stuxnet, arguably the most notorious malware in history, signed it using the private keys […]

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When I first started working in the antivirus industry, I found that learning how Java exploits work, even at a very high level, was difficult. Even now with a few seasons under my belt, understanding the process and consequences of the exploitation of a Java vulnerability still proves challenging. Based on the feedback we see from […]

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When I first started working in the antivirus industry, I found that learning how Java exploits work, even at a very high level, was difficult. Even now with a few seasons under my belt, understanding the process and consequences of the exploitation of a Java vulnerability still proves challenging. Based on the feedback we see from […]

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