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MBAE stops new IE zero-day


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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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The main reason I'm helping to test Anti-Exploit is the "added peace of mind" knowing that I'm much better protected from new, emerging threats like Operation SnowMan and it's ilk! Way to go guys, that only helps to confirm this thought!

Best Wishes, Ritchie...

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