1. Over 100 Exploits Found for 19-Year Old WinRAR RCE Bug  BleepingComputer
  2. A 19-year-old WinRAR bug is being used to install malware  Engadget
  3. '100 unique exploits and counting' for latest WinRAR security bug  ZDNet
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Last month, a 19-year-old bug was discovered in WinRAR, a software used to extract .zip and other file archives on your Windows PC. The company was quick to pat...Last month, a 19-year-old bug was discovered in WinRAR, a software used to extract .zip and other file archives on your Windows PC. The company was quick to pat...

A 19-year-old WinRAR bug is being used to install malware

As expected, the recent WinRAR vulnerability is now being abused en-masse by multiple threat actors.As expected, the recent WinRAR vulnerability is now being abused en-masse by multiple threat actors.

'100 unique exploits and counting' for latest WinRAR security bug | ZDNet

A code execution vulnerability in WinRAR generated over a hundred distinct exploits in the first week since its disclosure, and the number of exploits keeps on swelling.A code execution vulnerability in WinRAR generated over a hundred distinct exploits in the first week since its disclosure, and the number of exploits keeps on swelling.

Over 100 Exploits Found for 19-Year Old WinRAR RCE Bug