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  1. Hi, Switzerland is composed of four different languages. Systematically I receive the news, in my emails in german... Would it be possible to choose the language somewhere ??? Else I will disable the news...
  2. As you may be aware some time ago we commissioned renowned exploit researcher @Kafeine to test MBAE against all current exploit kits in the wild. That test is available from Kafeine's blog (or PDF). Since then we've gotten a lot of feedback of people wanting to see MBAE's performance against more types of exploits and also to see the performance of other exploit mitigation techniques included in top-tier security products. For this we commissioned PCSecurityLabs who has just published their report Remote Code Execution Exploit Mitigations for Popular Applications (PDF). The result summary is as follows: Just to be clear, even though this is a sponsored test, PCSL made the sole decision on the testing methodology, which vulnerabilities to test and which payloads as well as the scoring and ranking criteria.
  3. Yet another reason for XP users to worry about protection from exploits, this time from Java: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/07/04/oracle_winxp_end_of_support/
  4. Our colleagues from Marketing have designed and put up some really cool billboards in the San Francisco and San Jose area. Check 'em out!
  5. According to Microsoft there's a new Word exploit making the rounds in targeted attacks that uses a new zero-day vulnerability. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2953095 We've been able to try an exploit sample against MBAE and are happy to report that it is blocked successfully by MBAE.
  6. Quicktime doesn't get as much attention as IE, Java, Acrobat or Flash zero-days, but it's still a swiss cheese in terms of remote code execution exploits. Luckly MBAE protects against these as well: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/02/28/apple_drops_patches_for_windows_quicktime_and_itunes/
  7. In case you guys didn't see this: http://blog.malwarebytes.org/exploits-2/2014/02/adobe-flash-player-zero-day-details-and-mitigation/
  8. http://www.scmagazineuk.com/criminals-use-new-zero-day-bug-to-target-military-and-defence/article/334132/ Security researchers have uncovered a new Internet Explorer zero-day bug that they believe has been used to target the US military and French arms suppliers in what's feared to be the start of a cyber espionage campaign. Segura said Malwarebytes' Anti-Exploit BETA proactively blocks the exploit, requiring no signature or update to its engine. The company has posted a YouTube video clip of the malware being stopped. Kindlund told SC: “Some antivirus products can detect the remote access Trojan installed, but we do not believe that most of them can detect or prevent the inbound exploits.”
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