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According to a report from a cybersecurity company, Russian hackers have been using a Windows exploit found in almost all versions of the OS to spy on important institutions and governments.
Microsoft was informed seven months ago about a zero-day exploit that was found in Internet Explorer 8 but has yet to issue an update to fix the issue, but there's been no attacks that have used it.
Two researchers from HP demonstrated a previously unknown zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer 11 running on Windows 8.1 during a session of the Mobile Pwn2Own hacking contest.
A security firm claims to have discovered a new zero-day exploit in most versions of Internet Explorer and that the bug is currently being used in the wild by hackers.
Microsoft has sent out another message to Windows XP users to upgrade before April 8th, 2014, saying that after its official support date ends, it will "have a 'zero day' vulnerability forever."
Microsoft has warned of a new zero-day flaw in all versions of Windows except Windows 7 and certain versions of Windows Server 2008. The flaw in the Windows Graphics Rendering Engine could allow an attacker to...
Microsoft issued a security bulletin on Friday to warn customers of a 0-day exploit involving the Windows Shell. The vulnerability is caused due to an error in Windows Shell when parsing shortcuts (.lnk). The flaw can...
A very critical security vulnerability has been discovered without a fix for it yet. The exploit can hijack a computer remotely if the victim simply visits a compromised web site. The attack allows...