Adobe’s Flash Player takes all positions in Top 10 of most attacked vulnerabilities

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Adobe’s Flash Player took every position of the Top 10 of most attacked vulnerabilities through exploit kits, according to the security department of the NTT Group, the largest Japanese telecom provider.

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#2

I believe anything linked to [B]Lockheed Martin [/B]as fast as it comes out of my rear end. They can’t even secure their Aerospace technologies and they want us to believe they can do better. ya…that about sums it up.

Here’s where I find questionable data sets…

This table incorporates data from http://contagiodump.blogspot.com and http://malware.dontneedcoffee.com

If they are using data from these sites for their bases then I find this story a load of BS.


#3

IDK about the source of this article, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the majority of vulnerabilities being actively exploited were from Flash Player. After all, it’s probably the most popular browser addon out there, so of course people will want to exploit it.


#4

[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2773550]IDK about the source of this article, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the majority of vulnerabilities being actively exploited were from Flash Player. After all, it’s probably the most popular browser addon out there, so of course people will want to exploit it.[/QUOTE]
The same could be said of Windows that we should stop using it since it is the biggest target right? If we go down that line of reasoning that everyone is talking about.