A malware delivery campaign aimed at making victims' computers surreptitiously view YouTube videos and, consequently, artificially inflate their popularity so that scammers might earn money from the ads embedded in them, has been targeting users around the world for months now.
An exploit for a still officially unconfirmed zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player has been added to the popular Angler exploit kit and is, along with exploits for several other Flash flaws, opening users' Windows machines to the Bedep trojan.
Two exploit kits have been outfitted with the exploit for a Flash Player vulnerability that has been patched only a week ago, the researcher that goes by the handle Kafeine has shared on Tuesday.
A new funny video spreading on Facebook leaves a not-so-hilarious Trojan in its wake on users’ computers, according to research by Bitdefender.
Adobe has pushed out new versions of Flash Player for Windows, Mac and Linux, as a newly discovered zero-day vulnerability affecting the software is being actively exploited in the wild.
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