Latest Zero day attack Stories
After a web security firm identified and revealed a zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer over the weekend, Microsoft announced that it is actively investigating the vulnerability and will take “appropriate action” once it completes that investigation.
Key findings shed light on cybercriminal services, emerging threat ecosystem and key stages for attack interception SAN DIEGO, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
All four of the major Internet browsers were among the programs that fell victim to zero-day exploits during the HP-sponsored Pwn2Own hacking competition, various media outlets reported earlier this week.
On Tuesday security researchers identified a zero-day exploit (CVE-2014-0322) that had been served up from the US Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) website. This attack reportedly targeted American military personnel during this week’s paralyzing snowstorm at the United States Capitol.
Utilizes Innovative Techniques to Provide Industry's Most Up-to-date Protection for Advanced Email-Borne Threats NEW YORK, Feb.
Trammell Ventures, a business incubator and think tank specializing in information security, announced today the purchase of the remaining interest of ExploitHub from NSS Labs, Inc.
The timing of a cyber-attack is crucial to overcoming measures designed to defend or repel the attacks and a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan has revealed a mathematical model that could be used to optimize the timing of would-be hackers.
When a zero-day exploit is successfully leveraged by hackers, the consequences can have far reaching effects, especially when they targeted flaw is in a popular program like Microsoft’s Internet
Microsoft Windows Vista was far from a hit with users when it debuted worldwide in 2007, but now the operating system might have another reason to be seriously disliked.