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Adobe Vulnerabilities Weaponized at an Alarming Rate

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The sustained popularity of Adobe software products have made them attractive targets for nation-state supported attackers for years. Flash Player allows attackers to target users when they visit infected sites. PDF files, meanwhile, remain a popular source for initiating phishing campaigns.

With limited time and resources, security teams are inundated with a plethora of vulnerabilities, knowing which ones may be present and which of those have been weaponized.

In his post for Homeland Security, Anand Paturi, manager of product research for RiskSense, discusses the importance of security teams having insight into which vulnerabilities across all software in their environments have been weaponized so that they can be prioritized and fast-tracked for remediation.

Read the full post via Homeland Security

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