Sun. May 29th, 2022

Historically, zero-day exploits were only accessible to state-sponsored actors, due to the high cost of development or purchase. However, new analysis shows that unaffiliated threat actors are increasingly getting their hands on these powerful hacking tools.

According to a report by MIT Technology ReviewAccording to research by Mandiant, many modern cybercriminals are wealthy enough to fund the development of zero-day exploits, which can be used to launch devastating and highly lucrative attacks.

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