While vocally and repeatedly tying all kinds of discovered cyber attacks to Chinese hackers, the U.S.
Microsoft has released a one-click Fix it for mitigating the effect of the IE 8 zero-day vulnerability that is being used in watering hole attacks in the wild.
Last week a U.S. Department of Labor website was discovered to be redirecting users to sites serving a hard-to-detect variant Poison Ivy backdoor Trojan.
Last week security researchers from FireEye discovered a new Java exploit that works against the latest versions of Java (version 6 update 41 and version 7 updated 15) making this a zero-day.
FireEye has detected yet another Java zero-day vulnerability being exploited in attacks in the wild.
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