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Last year was another bonanza in zero-days for Chinese state hackers, say security researchers in a report predicting a permanent uptick in nation-state exploitation of yet-unpatched vulnerabilities. Data taken from original research by cybersecurity firm Mandiant and from open-source reporting suggests zero-day exploitation is generally trending upward despite fluctuation from year to year in the […]

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The first year of a Chinese law requiring mandatory disclosure to the government of vulnerability reports correlates to a period of increased zero-day exploitation by Beijing-backed hackers. That’s the conclusion from computing giant Microsoft, which says the mandatory disclosure regulation “might enable elements in the Chinese government to stockpile reported vulnerabilities toward weaponizing them.” Read […]

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According to Google Project Zero researcher Maddie Stone, nine of the in-the-wild zero-days seen so far this year could have been prevented had organizations applied more comprehensive patching. “On top of that, four of the 2022 zero-days are variants of 2021 in-the-wild zero-days. Just 12 months from the original in-the-wild zero-day being patched, attackers came […]

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