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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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As we’ve discussed in previous posts, we are seeing more malware abusing Java issues, including CVE-2012-4681. Currently this vulnerability is an 0-day, and to date there is no patch available from the vendor. It is known that JRE (Java Runtime Environment) 7 is vulnerable to attack on this sandbox-breach vulnerability, while JRE 6 is not. […]

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The last few months we have seen a drastic increase in Java-based malware abusing the CVE-2012-0507 AtomicReferenceArray type-confusion vulnerability. In addition to that, a few weeks ago, a new Java vulnerability was found (CVE-2012-1723); it is also a type-confusion vulnerability. The attack abusing this new vulnerability is also very active. Traditionally, Java has a strong […]

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