A zero-day exploit, on the other hand, is a digital attack that takes advantage of zero-day vulnerabilities in order to install malicious software onto a device. This article contains: See all Security articles

Emergency Update Patches Zero Day in Microsoft Malware May 09, 2017 A zero-day virus (also known as zero-day malware or next-generation malware) is a previously unknown computer virus or other malware for which specific antivirus software signatures are not yet available. Traditionally, antivirus software relies upon signatures to identify malware. This can be very effective, but cannot defend against malware Dynamic zero-day threat protection with cutting-edge evasion-resistant malware detection, safeguards you against the world's most dangerous threats. Cloud Security Solutions From private cloud data centers to public clouds and SaaS applications, CloudGuard provides comprehensive cloud security solutions to keep enterprise data, assets and apps

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Security Research Shows Zero Day Malware Surge and More Every quarter, WatchGuard’s Threat Lab research team releases an Internet Security Report (ISR) that covers the top cyber threats and statistics, including insights on malware, zero day malware, network attacks and DNS-level attacks. Based on anonymized data from WatchGuard Firebox owners located around the world, this threat intelligence feed captures information from more than 36,000 What is a Zero Day Virus? - Definition from Techopedia Dec 16, 2013 What is a Zero-Day Threat? | McAfee Blogs Aug 14, 2013 Avanan | Office 365 Malware Protection