Cybercriminals discuss 'Exploit-as-a-Service' model to lower the barrier for accessing dangerous zero-day exploits

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Cybercriminals discuss 'Exploit-as-a-Service' model
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Cybercriminals discuss 'Exploit-as-a-Service' model

Ransomware gangs have amassed big fortunes to compete with traditional buyers of zero-days, researchers find

Cybercriminals are increasingly discussing the idea of a new "exploit-as-a-service" business model that will "inevitably lower the barrier" for accessing sophisticated zero day exploits and will enable...

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