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Old Vulnerabilities Are Still Good Tricks for Today's Attacks

Old Vulnerabilities Are Still Good Tricks for Today's Attacks (Expert Blogs and Opinion)

The value of a security vulnerability drops significantly the moment it gets patched but the bad guys will keep exploiting it for as long as they can find victims that are worth the effort. Statistics and research from Fidelis Cybersecurity show that about a third of the alerts recorded by the company were for exploits, vulnerabilities, and malware that emerged in 2017 and earlier. CVE-2017-8570 - "Composite Moniker" remote code execution, exploit code available 2. CVE-2018-11776 - remote code execution in Apache Struts, exploit available 4. CVE-2017-11882 - remote code execution in Microsoft Office, exploit available 5. CVE-2009-3129 - remote code execution in Microsoft Excel/Word used in operation "Red October" exploit available

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