Defence supplier's website infected with 'state-sponsored' zero-day exploit, claims Sophos

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All flavours of Windows at risk from critical security flaw

The website of a major supplier to the European aeronautical industry has been hacked and infected with a "state-sponsored" zero-day exploit, according to computer security software supplier Sophos...

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