Adobe vulnerability being used to attack defence industry

Stuart Sumner
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A newly discovered vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Reader appears to be attacking the defence industry, with Lockheed Martin and US supplier Man Tech thought to be targets so far

The vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Reader discovered earlier week is being used to install malware onto enterprise machines. The malware, Sykipot Trojan, has been used to exploit previous Adobe...

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