Adobe is one of the most popular software used around the globe. The company recently ramped up the security of Adobe Reader by introducing a sandbox feature. However, apparently hackers have found a way to sidestep the sandbox and exploit the software.
We reported earlier that a number of tech analysts around the globe are identifying the recently-discovered Flame malware as the most nefarious malware that has been known to date. The complexity and functionality of Flame is unmatched by any other malware that exists today. Now, security analysts are breaking down Flame to identify which of its modules are the most nefarious.
China has long been accused of launching hack-attacks targeting a number of countries around the globe. While no definite proof has been able to connect the Chinese regime to the attacks originating from China, the director of National Security Agency, US, has now stated that China has been involved in a great deal of military-related data theft.
Pwn2own hackers finally break into the Google Chrome sandbox with sophisticated exploit and according to the firm, the exploit relies on some newly discovered zero day vulnerabilities, works on all Windows operating systems and could give malicious websites the ability to download code from a remote source and execute it on a user's computer..........