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Security researchers have spotted two new targeted attack campaigns aimed at organisations in Japan, China and elsewhere in Asia, one of which exploits a zero day exploit in Internet Explorer revealed only last week. Operation DeputyDog is targeted at “entities in Japan”, using the IE vulnerability CVE-2013-3893 which Microsoft …

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Erm

"one of which exploits a zero day exploit in Internet Explorer revealed only last week."

Did I miss something? "Zero day" and "revealed last week" are mutually exclusive, no?

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Re: Erm

"A zero-day (or zero-hour or day zero) attack or threat is an attack that exploits a previously unknown vulnerability in a computer application, meaning that the attack occurs on "day zero" of awareness of the vulnerability. This means that the developers have had zero days to address and patch the vulnerability"

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Anonymous Coward

Surprise!

Why is it that when we see the word "exploit" or the phrase "security problems/issues", the article is always about Microsoft.

People need to give themselves a shake and stop using MS products!

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Paris Hilton

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and disconnect themselves from the internets, mobiles and anything that can be used to input data.

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Surprise!

Err... It isn't. There, that was easy.

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Surprise!

You may want to read the latest Secunia report regarding 'Vulnerabilities in the 50 most used programs for 2012':

http://secunia.com/vulnerability-review/vulnerability_update_top50.html

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Surprise!

What would you recommend? Chrome?

http://secunia.com/advisories/55087

Lots of highly critical unpatched vulnerabilities....

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'EvilGrab'....

...Not bad...i think i'll have that as my next GamerTag

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