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The number of reported Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is rapidly growing. In fact, more than 11,000 vulnerabilities have been reported so far this year. Common vulnerabilities are relatively easy for researchers and malicious actors to find, which is why we commonly see major breaches resulting from security issues that already have CVE numbers assigned […]

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It is becoming clear that the Equifax breach may be the most significant and damaging network security breach in history. It is estimated that half the population of the United States was affected. With personal details, including social security numbers and driver’s licenses, being leaked, the shockwaves of this breach will be felt for years […]

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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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