Microsoft Word 0day used to push dangerous Dridex malware on millions – Ars Technica


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Microsoft Word 0day used to push dangerous Dridex malware on millions
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Blast could give a boost to Dridex, one of the Internet's worst bank-fraud threats. Dan Goodin – Apr 11, 2017 6:01 am UTC. Enlarge / A sample e-mail from Dridex campaign exploiting Microsoft Word zero-day. Proofpoint. reader comments 3. Share this story.
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