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Our corporate business team has a new “software updater” feature in our Protection Service they want to market. So they asked our lab analyst @TimoHirvonen to provide them with an example demonstrating the amount of time it takes to go from vulnerability to exploit.Here’s what Timo came up with using CVE-2012-1535:  .  2012-08-14: Security update available for […]

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Last week, we advised readers to apply Microsoft update MS12-020 sooner than later. For those of you that have — good work. And if you haven’t yet applied the patch — stop delaying. Ever since MS12-020 was released, there’s been a flurry of activity attempting to “weaponize” the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) vulnerability. The race […]

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PRAGUE, Czech Republic, August 10, 2011 – The website of Super Glue Corporation (supergluecorp.com) makers of the world-famous adhesive, has been infected with malware. And after five days, this infection seemed to be sticking like glue.The infection was a Trojan JavaScript Redirector which takes visitors through a series of infected sites to the final location […]

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