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Recently, a 0-day vulnerability (CVE-2013-0422) was disclosed. Oracle promptly reacted on this 0-day vulnerability, and last weekend a new patch was made available. Here’s the advisory from Oracle. You can download latest JRE here. As the vulnerability is specific to Java 7, if you’re using JRE 7, you should apply the patch. From our analysis, […]

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Recently, we discovered a new parasitic infection virus in the wild – Win32/Floxif – which specifically targets DLL files. Most of the attacks of this threat have been observed to come from a specific geographic region. Win32/Floxif replaces 5 bytes at the entry point of the infected file with a jmp instruction, which jumps directly […]

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