Zero Day: Won't Go Away
First it was VML, then PowerPoint, and then setSlice multiple zero day exploits in a row. And it wasn't just Microsoft. McAfee this week patched a buffer overflow vulnerability in its ePolicy Orchestrator and ProtectionPilot software after researchers posted the exploit code over the weekend.
Why this zero-day blitz?
"I think more people are making the decision not to work with the vendors" on disclosing vulnerabilities, says Steve Manzuik, research manager for eEye Digital Security. Or they just don't care, he says. Dark Reading - Desktop Security - Zero-Day: Won't Go Away - Security News Analysis
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