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0-Day Vulnerability – How it Works?
A 0day (Zero-day) vulnerability is a software security flaw that is known to the software vendor but doesn’t have a patch in place to fix the flaw. It has the potential to be exploited by cybercriminals. What is a software vulnerability? In the world of cyber security, vulnerabilities are unintended flaws found in software programs…
Peekaboo 0-day – View and Alter Surveillance Camera
Hundreds of thousands of security cameras are believed to be vulnerable to a zero-day vulnerability that could allow hackers to spy on feeds and even tamper with video surveillance recordings. Security researchers at Tenable revealed their discovery in a blog post this week, explaining how they had uncovered a critical remote code execution vulnerability in…
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New Zero-Day Affecting All Windows Operating Systems
Experts confirmed that the zero-day vulnerability resides in Microsoft Jet Database Engine A security expert has published information about an unpatched zero-day vulnerability in all versions of Microsoft Windows operating system (including server ones) after the Microsoft failed to patch a disclosed bug within the 120-days deadline. Lucas Leong, Trend Micro Security Research team expert, confirmed…
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Zero-Day Vulnerability Publicly Disclosed By Hacker
A security analyst has openly unveiled the  zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft's Windows OS that could enable a local user or malicious software to obtain system privileges on the machine. This zero-day has been confirmed to work on "fully-patched 64-bit Windows 10 system." The vulnerability is basically a privilege escalation aimed at task scheduler program and it…
Microsoft Zero-Day RCE Bug
Security researchers have found a Windows vulnerability that enables the attackers to execute arbitrary code – and Microsoft hasn't issued a fix yet. The vulnerability, which was first found by Dmitri Kaslov of Telspace Systems, exists inside the handling of error objects  in JavaScript, according to Trend Micro's Zero Day initiative group. This exploit allows remote …
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