New Rig Exploit Kit snares 1.25 million victims - thanks to Adobe Flash security flaws

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Cyber crime pays: Reborn Rig Exploit Kit makes its developers $25,000 per month

A new version of the Rig Exploit Kit has claimed 1.25 million victims worldwide, according to security company Trustwave - more than 950,000 in the past six weeks alone. And that is largely due to ...

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