F-Secure: Exploit Kits Could Become Marginalised by 2017

By December 2015, Angler EK was listed as the fourth most prevalent threat seen by the Finnish security firm…
Cybercriminals may be forced to look beyond exploit kits to alternative infection channels in the near future as Flash becomes increasingly marginalized, according to F-Secure’s new Threat Report for 2015.
F-Secure Labs security adviser, Sean Sullivan, wrote in the report that most major exploit kits like Angler and Nuclear rely on taking advantage of vulnerabilities in the ‘lowest hanging fruit’ currently around – Adobe Flash.
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Source: http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/