Woburn, MA – October 16, 2017 – The Kaspersky Lab advanced exploit prevention system has identified a new Adobe Flash zero day exploit, used in an attack on October 10, 2017 by a threat actor known as BlackOasis.
ZDNet, By Sam Diaz
There’s plenty to be scared of in the dark alleys of the Internet. After all, that’s where the Internet’s bad guys are doing anything and everything - from posing as legitimate businesses to sifting through social networking data - to make a quick and easy buck.
Kaspersky, maker of Internet protection software, is trying to stay ahead of the game with its products but says that to truly fight off malware and other bad forces on the Internet, they also need to educate.
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