Google reported two critical zero-day vulnerabilities 10 days ago that are being exploited in the wild. The software bugs affect Adobe’s Flash and Microsoft’s Windows 10. While Adobe released an emergency patch for the Flash bug, 5 days after it was reported, Microsoft has not yet released a fix for the Windows bug.
According to our latest Trusted Access report, 24% of Windows devices are running Windows 10. Another 62% of devices running IE have an old version of Flash installed, meaning they’re susceptible to the latest Flash bug.
Read more in our blog post by Thu Pham here: https://duo.com/blog/critical-windows-10-and-flash-zero-days-reported-by-google.