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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2098 0day exploits rarely discovered by more than one group, study finds
RAND Corporation has published possibly the most data-driven study into zero-day vulnerabilities and exploits yet.

Zero-days—vulnerabilities that are not known to the vendor of a product they affect, but that may be used by hackers to break into systems—are a polemic subject. Activists and many technologists say that keeping these vulnerabilities secret to only a small group of people, such as government hackers who use them, it puts the public's cybersecurity at risk.
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#2103 New Instagram credential stealers discovered on Google Play
#2102 New macOS Proton RAT available for sale on Russian hacking forum
#2101 Spam campaign targets financial institutions with fake security software
#2100 Detecting and eliminating Chamois, a fraud botnet on Android
#2099 Google launches invisible reCAPTCHA with no user interaction required
#2098 0day exploits rarely discovered by more than one group, study finds
#2097 Dahua, Hikvision IoT devices under siege
#2096 New Linux malware exploits CGI vulnerability
#2095 How online gamers use malware to cheat
#2094 Preinstalled malware targeting mobile users
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