FireEye has detected yet another Java zero-day vulnerability being exploited in attacks in the wild.
Facebook is the latest big company to admit that they have been targeted with a "sophisticated" attack.
Adobe has confirmed FireEye researchers' findings about new Adobe Reader and Acrobat zero-day vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild and has issued a security bulletin detailing the flaws and offering mitigation advice until a patch is released.
Researchers form security firm FireEye have found in the wild a PDF file that exploits a new zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader.
A critical zero-day remote-access vulnerability in an industrial control system that is widely used in hospitals, military installations, manufacturing plants and other critical locations has been discovered and demonstrated by noted researchers Billy Rios and Terry McCorkle at the latest Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit, Wired reported.
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