Monthly Archives: April 2014

Adobe zero-day used in watering hole attack against Syrian dissidents

Adobe has just released a security updates for Flash Player to fix critical vulnerabilities that are being exploited by hackers […]

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FireEye discovered a new zero-day exploit for IE in the wild – Operation Clandestine Fox

FireEye Research Labs has identified a new IE zero-day vulnerability exploited in a series of targeted attacks part of […]

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Certificate revocation checks aren’t efficient against Heartbleed

Security researcher Adam Langley of Google explained the real efficiency of revocation checking in response to OpenSSL heartbeat […]

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The novelties inside the last critical update for P2P Zeus

Which are the security improvements in the critical update proposed by criminal ecosystem for P2P Zeus Botnet? Fortinet […]

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Critical Infrastructure security, is it possible a shared regulatory?

Reflession on the necessity to adopt a shared regulatory for the security of critical infrastructure. Eugene Kaspersky point of […]

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