Experts warn of surge in zero-day flaws

Monday, 20 November 2006, 2:20 PM EST

Security experts at the Sans Institute warned last week of a major surge in zero-day flaws as part of its 2006 update to the Top 20 Internet Security Attack Targets list.

The report advises implementation of a "least privilege" environment to reduce the impact of such attacks.

At vnunet.

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