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Java zero day vulnerability actively used in targeted attacks
Security researchers from FireEye, AlienVault, and DeependResearch have intercepted targeted malware attacks utilizing the latest Java zero day exploit. The vulnerability affects Java 7 (1.7) Update 0 to 6. It does not affect Java 6 and below.
Based on related reports, researchers were able to reproduce the exploit on Windows 7 SP1 with Java 7 Update 6. There's also a Metasploit module available.
Java zero day vulnerability actively used in targeted attacks | ZDNet
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