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Recently Patched Java Vulnerability Exploited In the Wild: How (Not) Surprising

A type confusion vulnerability, recently patched in Java 7u21 and Java 6u45, has been spotted in the wild. According to a recent blog post from F-Secure, exploitation of CVE-2013-2423 started shortly after April 21st, 2013 and continues. Given what we know about Java, none of this is surprising. “Why?!” you may ask, “didn’t we all…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team April 23, 2013
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Java: Sizeable Critical Patch Update and Two Sugars, Please

Oracle is rolling out yet another Critical Patch Update (CPU) for Java – and this time they’ve fixed 39 remotely exploitable vulnerabilities. This is not to say that all of these vulnerabilities may provide an attacker with remote code execution. However, the highest CVSS Base Score of all the vulnerabilities was a 10.0, meaning that…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team April 15, 2013
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eEye’s Patch Tuesday Assessment Now Available On Demand

Miss our live VEF webinar earlier this week? In case you did, I’ve put all of the content together for you below. Enjoy!

Post by Sarah Lieber April 13, 2012
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