January 23, 2015

Exploit Kit Uses Adobe Zero-Day to Compromise PCs

Because it affects even the most recent version of Windows, the vulnerability should be considered a high priority to fix, Jerome Segura, senior security researcher at Malwarebytes Labs, stated in an email interview. “The attack surface is huge, which means that the infection rates per exposure are going to be really high compared to vulnerabilities that have already been patched,” he said.

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