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Facebook no doubt did its due diligence before acquiring messaging app firm WhatsApp for more than the gross domestic product of Iceland .

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News of the ‘unknown’ and underground zero-day in Adobe Reader is all over the place. Because of its supposed noteworthy features, including the capability to defeat Adobe’s sandbox feature, users are alarmed – and rightfully so. But the situation is not without hope.With this entry, my aim is to explain to our customers what this […]

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Targeted attacks that are part of APT campaigns commonly use exploit documents in their social engineering ploy. These exploit documents serve as unassuming carriers of the attacker’s payload malware into the target’s computer. Since exploit documents are one of the first arrival vectors of APT malware, a little knowledge of the most exploited software and […]

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