Items tagged with Zero-Day

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We're coming up on the second Tuesday of the month, which is when Microsoft rolls out a collection of security updates for Windows and Internet Explorer. Otherwise known as "Patch Tuesday," the one that's coming up tomorrow will be relatively light... Read more...
Google security researchers learn about exploits and zero-day vulnerabilities in third-party software all the time, and for years the company has immediately notified the affected vendors about the issues, worked with them closely to fix the... Read more...
Is there a world record for number of software vulnerabilities exposed within the span of a single month? If so, I'm willing to bet that Oracle's Java is the clear winner. We've reported on many Java happenings over the past couple of months, and it... Read more...
Another day, another Adobe Reader vulnerability -- what else is new, right? It just so happens that this latest security hole affects several versions of Adobe Reader, including 10 and 11, both of which are supposed to keep the operating system... Read more...
Consider this a PSA: Oracle is going to patch that hole in Java, the one that security pros discovered last week. Cybercriminals were using a zero-day exploit in Oracle’s Java to deliver malware payloads, steal identities, and take over... Read more...
Here we go again. We're not even halfway through the first month of the New Year, and already we're being warned to disable Java. Not as a general practice, mind you (though that's not a bad idea), but because of yet another zero-day exploit spotted... Read more...