Kaspersky finds sophisticated "The Mask" cyberespionage operation

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by MrBrian, Feb 4, 2014.

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    FYI the zero-day Flash vulnerability exploited by The Mask is the one fixed in the most recent Flash update, so I would advise to update asap if you're on an older version.
     
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    Stuff like this amazes me. I'm less scared of it and more curious. I will however chuckle when the inevitable few come along claiming their setup will prevent stuff like this. There is always a few of them.
     
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