Threats for $ale

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Threats for $ale

As if dealing with skyrocketing numbers of new vulnerabilities each day is not enough, the IT security world must now brace for a new challenge: an emerging underground vulnerability market that could result in more zero-day attacks.

The research behind these critical flaws, and the ensuing exploit codes, sometimes leads through the seedy black market, where everything seems to have a price, experts say. "If I've got a vulnerability that is remotely exploitable and allows me access on a system, that's clearly valuable," ...

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