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Windows 7: Zero-day vulnerability found in Adobe X

10 Nov 2012   #1
A Guy

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Zero-day vulnerability found in Adobe X

There is new vulnerability in Adobe X which helps to execute its own shellcode with help of malformed PDF-documents with specially crafted forms.

The vulnerability is also included in new modified version of "Blackhole Exploit-Kit”, which is used for the distributing the banking Trojans (Zeus, Spyeye, Carberp, Citadel) with the help of exploitation different vulnerabilities in client-side software.

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