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Throughout the last 6 weeks, Websense® Security Labs™ has been collecting telemetry from our Websense ThreatSeeker® Network to provide insight into usage of the most recent version of Java. Following our March 2013 study that
looked at what versions of Java are being used, we saw that almost
93% of users are still not patched to the most recent version of
Java. This leaves the majority of users still vulnerable to the dangers
of exploit code already in use in the wild.
Since the April 16th Java Critical Patch Update was released by Oracle we have seen that business are slow to apply the Version 7 Update 21 patch into their environment.
At Websense® Security Labs™ we recently spotted an interesting case of a phishing domain related to the imminent release of the Apple iOS7 Operating System.
As gossips circulate news in the wild about iOS7 after the D11 conference presented by Apple CEO Tim Cook, cybercriminals are setting up a foundation for phishing and malicious activities. The domain name was registered about 22 days ago (from the date of this analysis), as also reported by our ThreatSeeker™ network
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