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Internet Explorer Vulnerability Kept Secret For Three Years

Security vulnerability research companies search for vulnerable applications and disclose their findings to application vendors, governmental agencies, and operating system vendors. Often this information costs a substantial fee. For example, vulnerable code found inside a browser, such as Internet Explorer or Chrome, can cost thousands of dollars. Agencies around the world typically pay high amounts of money in […]

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The case of the Gyges, the invisible Malware

Government-Grade now in the Hands of Cybercriminals In March 2014, the Sentinel Labs Research Lab detected a sophisticated piece of malware dubbed Gyges that is virtually invisible and capable of operating undetected for long periods of time. We first detected Gyges with our heuristic sensors and then our reverse engineering task force performed an in-depth […]

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