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A Tale of Three Bogeys: Zero-Day Vulnerabilities, Unpatched Client Applications, and Browser Exploits
by McAfee, Inc.

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Published on: April 06, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 7 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:

The web and email are not IT’s friends. They create risk and increase the workload because they distribute and prolong the payoff of known and unknown threats in zero-day vulnerabilities, client-side vulnerabilities, and Web 2.0 exploits. Layering new and traditional techniques, including anti-malware, anti-spam, intrusion prevention, and application whitelisting, throughout the network and systems will minimize those risks.

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