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Exploit Kit Targets Newly Patched Adobe Flash® Player

April 07, 2015  Security Suite

Just as quickly as Adobe® released a patch to address vulnerabilities in its Adobe Flash® Player, cybercriminals began drive-by download attacks exploiting the identified vulnerabilities. The Nuclear Exploit Kit, which began its attack 7 days after Adobe released its patch, is just one example of how cybercriminals are using exploit kits to spread malware more rapidly. Exploit kits help attackers exploit security holes in vulnerable plug-ins and browsers that haven’t been updated with the latest patches. Reports indicate the Nuclear Exploit Kit is launched from hacked websites in hopes of installing a Trojan program.

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Stagefright - probably the most dangerous threat to smartphones right now

August 25, 2015  Security Suite

Can you imagine a single received MMS could allow hackers to access all your data on your phone? Meet Stagegright, the exploit that is a threat for 950 million smartphones with Android. Vulnerability like this is very dangerous because it does not require any action by the victim - all the hacker needs to compromise your smarthphone is your phone number.

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