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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1732 InPage zero-day used in attacks against banks
A zero-day vulnerability in InPage publishing software used primarily in Urdu, Pashto and Arabic-speaking nations has been publicly exploited in attacks against financial institutions and government agencies in the region.

While there are more than 10 million InPage users in Pakistan and India alone, there are a significant number of users in the U.S., U.K. and across Europe as well.

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab today disclosed the vulnerability after a number of attempts to privately report the bug to InPage were ignored.
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#1732 InPage zero-day used in attacks against banks
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