WebAttacker Unseats WMF as Most Popular Exploit
While the once highly feared Windows Metafile software code exploit has finally lost some of its steam, another Russia born threat, WebAttacker, became the most widely used malware attack format in June.
According to the latest survey released by software maker Exploit Prevention Labs, WebAttacker-generated exploits took off in June, accounting for 32 percent of the attacks it was notified of during the month, versus representing only 24 percent of exploits in May. WebAttacker Unseats WMF as Most Popular Exploit
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