Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: Rooting Out Hidden Threats

In 2015, ransomware and malware related attacks cost businesses around the world $325 million. This was considered to be a relatively acceptable figure. Rumors spread throughout the cybersecurity industry that a future dominated by cybercrimes was something we might be able to dodge. While a high amount, the $325 million value just didn’t meet the […]

In Plain Sight: Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Zero-day vulnerability is a futuristic sounding term – you can almost picture it as the name of a science fiction novel – but it presents a great threat to organizations across all industries. These vulnerabilities are holes in software which lack a patch or fix, meaning they can be exploited by clever cyber criminals to […]

Microsoft IE Zero-day Vulnerability (CVE-2014-1776)

THREAT OVERVIEW:  On April 26th 2014, Microsoft released a security advisory (2963983) for a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (CVE-2014-1776).  Exploitation of the vulnerability is reportedly being used in limited, targeted attacks.  The vulnerability exists in Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, and Internet Explorer 11.  […]