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Is the NSA Using Zero-Day Exploits before Reporting Them?

Posted on November 10th, 2015.

According to the NSA, it will report zero-day security vulnerabilities to software vendors “9 out of 10 times.” The other 10% of the time, it won’t say what it does with them, but it does say there are times when the military and national security benefits outweigh the benefit to disclosing vulnerabilities to vendors. The leaks of...

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More Kaspersky Zero Days Revealed by Google Hacker

Posted on September 29th, 2015.

Google Hacker Tavis Ormandy has previously revealed vulnerabilities in the Russian anti-virus Kaspersky Labs. He has now revealed more vulnerabilities in their system framework. Ormandy is famous for finding vulnerabilities in major anti-virus vendors to help them improve their security. Tavis Ormandy has revealed more vulnerabilities in...

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Flash Vulnerability Gave Chinese Hackers Free Access to Networks

Posted on June 24th, 2015.

The Chinese hacker group APT3 is known in the security industry for their previous, large-scale attacks. The group’s last big campaign, dubbed Operation Clandestine Fox, was a smashing success that relied on something most people visiting this website will find absurd: people using Internet Explorer. As of that time, as much as 25%...

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Yet Another Adobe Flash Zero-Day Vulnerability

Posted on February 5th, 2015.

Adobe Flash Player is notorious for causing security issues. It’s just one of the many reasons why sites like YouTube have switched to HTML5. Trend Micro’s researchers recently discovered a zero-day exploit in Flash used for malvertisement attacks, affecting Windows, Mac, and Linux users. According to a security bulletin from...