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The time between discovery of a vulnerability and the emergence of an exploit keeps getting shorter-sometimes a matter of only hours. This increases pressure on IT managers to rapidly patch production systems in conflict with configuration management and best practices for quality assurance. Many organizations struggle to keep up with the constant release of new […]

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Today, Kaspersky published a paper titled “The NeTTraveler (aka ‘TravNeT’).” The paper provides analysis on a targeted attack campaign that is targeting various organizations worldwide, such as governments, industries, and non-government organizations. This research is related to the McAfee blog “Travnet Trojan Could Be Part of APT Campaign” released earlier in March about a campaign […]

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Adobe released an out-of-band update for two critical zero-day vulnerabilities just a few days in advance to its regular monthly patch cycle. The Buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2013-0633), which exists in Flash Player can lead to remote code execution or denial of service conditions when exploited. This vulnerability, which has been exploited in the wild, targets […]

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