Bromium Pokes Holes in Microsoft EMET
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Researchers from security firm Bromium revealed that they have discovered ways to bypass Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET).
EMET is designed to provide an additional layer of security to applications to reduce the risk of exploitation. While EMET prevents many attacker bullets from getting through to an application, Bromium now asserts that EMET is not bulletproof.
Bromium has been in touch with Microsoft for a few months on the EMET research, and Microsoft peer-reviewed Bromium's research, Rahul Kashyap, chief security architect and head of research at Bromium, told eWEEK.