Bitdefender has added detection to all products for code exploiting the recently revealed Word 2010 memory corruption vulnerability, which is (according to Microsoft) being used in the wild in targeted attacks.
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Razvan Stoica is a journalist turned teacher turned publicist and technology evangelist. When Bitdefender isn't paying him to bring complex subjects to wide audiences, he enjoys writing fiction, skiing and biking. Razvan Stoica started off writing for a science monthly and was the chief editor of a science fiction magazine for a short while before moving on to the University of Medicine in Bucharest where he lectured on the English language. Recruited by Bitdefender in 2004 to add zest to the company's online presence, he has fulfilled a bevy of roles within the company since. In his current position, he is primarily responsible for the communications and community-building efforts of the Bitdefender research and technology development arm.
We mostly write about
- Operation PZChao: a possible return of the Iron Tiger APT February 1, 2018
- New Hide ‘N Seek IoT Botnet using custom-built Peer-to-Peer communication spotted in the wild January 24, 2018
- Terdot: Zeus-based malware strikes back with a blast from the past November 16, 2017
- Ethereum OS miners targeted by SSH-based hijacker November 1, 2017
- Bad Rabbit Ransomware Strikes Ukraine, Likely related to GoldenEye October 24, 2017