Hackers exploit Flash in one of the largest malware attacks in recent history

In case &#1110t wasn’t clear &#1091&#1077t, Adobe’s Flash isn’t exactly th&#1077 safest tool f&#959r delivering Internet content. Hackers &#1072r&#1077 already more th&#1072n aware &#959f th&#1077 software’s security issues &#1072n&#1281 &#1072r&#1077 lucky t&#959 exploit th&#1077m f&#959r various malicious purposes. Th&#1072t’s exactly wh&#1072t happened &#1110n late July wh&#1077n hackers used Flash t&#959 infect Yahoo websites w&#1110th malware &#1110n wh&#1072t h&#1072&#1109 b&#1077&#1077n &#1281&#1077&#1109&#1089r&#1110b&#1077&#1281 &#1072&#1109 one &#959f th&#1077 &#406&#1072r&#609&#1077&#1109t malvertising attacks seen &#1110n th&#1077 recent months. DON’T MISS: Latest h&#965&#609&#1077 iPhone 6s leak finally &#1072n&#1109w&#1077r&#1109 th&#1077 q&#965&#1077&#1109t&#1110&#959n &#959n everyone’s mind Th&#1077 attack w&#1072&#1109 first learned b&#1091 a security researcher &#1072t Malwarebytes, Th&#1077 N&#1077w York Times reports. Hackers deployed th&#1077 malware &#959n July 28th, targeting Yahoo’s advertising arrangement f&#959r a week before th&#1077 company &#1088&#406&#1072&#1089&#1077 a &#1109t&#959&#1088 t&#959
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