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Java exploits represent a common attack vector used by the bad guys to infiltrate vulnerable computers via the web browser. We wrote about the rise of Java exploits as early as 2010, and we haven’t seen that trend decline. In fact, in the first quarter of 2013 alone, we’ve seen three Java remote code execution […]

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In the quarterly McAfee Threats Reports we offer our readers some charts on the prevalence of messaging botnets. For the last quarter of 2012, we announced the continuing decline in global messaging botnet infections as well as in former leaders Festi and Cutwail (see page 23).In this blog, I will detail the evolution of the […]

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2012

Following the so-called “Year of Data Breaches,” the first quarter of 2012 veered away from attacks that led to data loss and, instead, focused on mobility. The mobile threat incidents we’ve seen in the first quarter remained true to one of 2012 predictions-Android-based smartphones will continue to be a likely target for cybercrime. Trend Micro, […]

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