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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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Exploitability in Context

Every year there are literally tens of thousands of new vulnerabilities discovered across the various software and hardware technologies we rely upon every day. Simple math would seem to dictate an impossible task to manage all of these vulnerabilities and to make the real-world, priority-based decisions on them. Vulnerability management is one thing, but for…

Post by Alejandro DaCosta March 28, 2012
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