Zero-Day Warning! Ransomware targets Microsoft Office 365 Users
Ambarishrh last edited by
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The comment at the bottom of the article nailed it for me.
" On June 28th you publish a zero day warning attack that happened on the 22nd and was controlled on the 23rd... Yes it is a proof that MS is also vulnerable through people's lack of awareness, but it is not a zero day vulnerability 5 days after it was controlled... It is a lesson worth knowing for sure but it is under control.."
Dashrender last edited by
Is this actually a Zero Day? or is this just that a malware scanner isn't picking up an infection? or both?
scottalanmiller last edited by
What really is a zero day? It's mostly a marketing term.
DustinB3403 last edited by DustinB3403
I mean, glad I know about it now, but honestly, the only comment on the article is correct.
That's like saying,
Oh watch out the forest fire is coming this way, when its already past, but avoided your house by only a few feet. And was already contained in a tiny area*.