With more than half of 2020 behind us, Google Security Researchers of Google’s Project Zero security team compared the vulnerability stats of the year with the stats from 2019. Interestingly, by this month last year, the same numbers of zero-days were detected in the wild as this year.
Qualys has been uptodate with all the zero-days, as and when required, in form of a QID or a Threat Protect blog. The CVE reported to each zero-day has been blogged by Qualys team and mentioned in detail in respective Tp Blog Link below.
Here’s a consolidated list of 2020’s zero-days:
For a detailed list of zero-day vulnerabilities “in the wild” since 2014, please refer the spreadsheet below which has been made public by Google’s Project Zero as a useful community resource:
Qualys customers can scan their network with QID(s) mentioned in table above to detect respective vulnerable assets. Please continue to follow Qualys Threat Protection for more coverage on latest vulnerabilities.
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