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This Holiday: Malware for Sale

December 1, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Hackers with a few thousand bucks to spare have been splurging on a new toolkit that targets Java, according to one security researcher. “Java exploits are most effective when included in exploit packs since they can turn any hacked website into a particularly dangerous place for end users,” said Bill Morrow of Quarri Technologies.

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