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The winter of 2013 seems to be “zero-day” season. Right after my colleague Haifei Li analyzed the powerful Flash zero day last week, Adobe sent a security alert for another zero-day attack targeting the latest (and earlier) versions of Adobe Reader. Unlike Internet Explorer zero-day exploits that we have seen in the past, this Reader […]

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Microsoft is releasing an out of cycle security update for users of Internet Explorer 6-8.According to Microsoft: “While we have still seen only a limited number of customers affected by the issue, the potential exists that more customers could be affected in the future.”Potential indeed – there’s now evidence of this IE vulnerability being incorporated […]

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There are many ongoing discussions about “Flame” right now — an espionage tool, information was disclosed about it on Monday. There are plenty of questions from customers, and also from members of the press. Mikko spoke with Clark Boyd of PRI’s The World yesterday about the breaking news. Symantec’s Liam O Murchu spoke with Kai […]

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