AURORA OPRATION ( China-linked cyberattack: What you need to know)
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China-linked cyberattack: What you need to know
McAfee Labs has identified a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer that was used as an entry point for a cyberattack that struck Google and a rapidly growing list of other companies. McAfee is working with our customers, partners, and the public to educate them on this dangerous cyberattack known as “Operation Aurora”.
We have set up an informational web page to get the latest information at www.mcafee.com/aurora
There you will find:
>> A detailed document to help you determine if you’ve been affected
>> An executive-level video briefing explaining Operation Aurora from the McAfee Office of the CTO
>> Evaluations of McAfee products to help ensure that you are protected
>> Links to McAfee security professionals and other resources to help you protect your organization from Operation Aurora and similar attacks in the future
We invite you to visit this site frequently for updates on Operation Aurora. In addition, we will be hosting the Hacking Exposed live webcast on January 21, 2010 at 11 AM PST / 2 PM EST which will feature the latest up-to-date information on the Operation Aurora cyberattack. Register Now.
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