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Microsoft has released patches for two zero-day vulnerabilities, along with patches for 84 other flaws in its products, including Microsoft Edge.

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Apple has released patches for two zero-day flaws in its iOS and macOS operating systems, warning that these are being actively exploited.

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A campaign targeting security researchers, initially unearthed in January, has set up a new website in March to continue the attempt to target these professionals.

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Google has caused an anti-terrorist operation being run by a Western Government which is an ally of the US to be shut down by revealing details about the use of zero-day exploits in the campaign.

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Microsoft has issued an advisory stating that four zero-day exploits are being used to attack versions of Microsoft Exchange Server on-premise.

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UPDATED 11 February: Ex-NSA hacker and former owner of security company Immunity, Dave Aitel, has launched a fresh salvo of tweets against a book published by New York Times cyber security reporter Nicole Perlroth, after securing and reading a copy of the tome which was published on Tuesday US time.

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Two zero-day bugs in Google's Chrome browser, both of which were being exploited in the wild, have been fixed, according to the company's Project Zero technical lead Ben Hawkes.

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Veteran vulnerability researcher Dave Aitel has offered his views on a major flaw in the BIG-IP range of devices, saying that the fact many people had assumed it had never been found and exploited could well be incorrect.

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San Francisco-based security outfit ZecOps claims to have found a pair of remotely-exploitable vulnerabilities in the wild targeting the Mail program on iPhones, adding that these have been present since at least iOS 6, which was released in September 2012.

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Security outfit Tenable Research says it has discovered four zero-day vulnerabilities in the PremiSys building access control system developed by the US firm IDenticard.

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