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Client-side threats - Anatomy of Reverse Trojan attacks

Thursday, December 2, 2010 By Read Time: 4 min.

Client-side vulnerabilities are among the biggest threats facing users. Attackers are going after weaknesses in desktop applications such as browsers, media players, common office applications and e-mail clients to install malicious software, often Trojan horses and rootkits. This document explains in detail these threats while how to prevent them.


Author: Frédéric BOURLA, Head of Ethical Hacking Department at High-Tech Bridge SA


Client-side vulnerabilities are among the biggest threats facing users. Attackers are going after weaknesses in desktop applications such as browsers, media players, common office applications and e-mail clients to install malicious software, often Trojan horses and rootkits. This document explains in detail these threats while how to prevent them.


Tags: Trojan

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