8 out of 10 top vulnerabilities target Microsoft products

Prioritizing vulnerabilities can be difficult if you don't know which ones are being actively exploited. The latest annual research from Recorded Future looks at the top vulnerabilities and which products they are targeting. In 2018, the company observed more exploits targeting Microsoft products compared to Adobe ones. Eight out of 10 vulnerabilities exploited via phishing attacks, exploit kits, or RATs were targeting Microsoft products. While Adobe has been a popular target in the past, only one Adobe Flash vulnerability made the top 10. This is likely due to a combination of better patching and Flash Player's impending demise in 2020.… [Continue Reading]

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