Today for Patch Tuesday, Microsoft and Adobe are both coming out with critical fixes for a number of widely installed and attacked programs.
NSS Labs released the results and analysis from its web browser security comparative evaluating the protection offered by five browsers - Safari 5, Chrome 25/26, Internet Explorer 10, Firefox 19 and Opera 12 - against malware downloads (also known as socially engineered malware).
It is the week before Patch Tuesday May and Microsoft has published its Advance Notification, giving us insight into what to expect next Tuesday.
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.
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