The Most Exploited Vulnerabilities in 2016-2019 as Reported by the FBI. It probably won't surprise you that 7 of the 8 most exploited software vulnerabilities are to be found in Microsoft products. Their widespread use across organizations and institutions makes them an ideal candidate for cybercriminals. According to U.S. Government technical analysis, malicious cyber actors most often exploit vulnerabilities in Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) technology. OLE allows documents to contain embedded content from other applications such as spreadsheets. But also Adobe Flash Player makes it to the list. Older Unpatched Systems are Vulnerable for Cybersecurity Attacks A recent report on the most exploited vulnerabilities by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the FBI listed the most routinely exploited vulnerabilities in the wild. The interesting thing is that most of these vulnerabilities are pretty old, yet cyb
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