You can find, by clicking on the following image, a visualization timeline of the main exploitable vulnerabilities of year 2012.
Start date of a slide is corresponding to:
- the date of discovery of the vulnerability, or
- the date of report to the vendor, or
- the date of public release of the vulnerability
End date of a slide is corresponding to:
- the date of vendor security alert notification, or
- the date of Metasploit integration, or
- the date of fix, or
- the date of PoC disclosure
The August version of KaiXin was supporting:
November version of KaiXin has involve by removing support of Oracle Java CVE-2012-0507 and CVE-2012-0754 vulnerabilities, and adding support of Oracle Java CVE-2012-1723 (fixed in Jun 2012 CPU), of Oracle Java CVE-2012-4681 (fixed in End August Oracle Security Alert) and of Oracle Java CVE-2012-5076 (fixed in October 2012 CPU).
Here under a VirusTotal analysis of all involved files:
The following diagram describe you the way November version of KaiXin EK is working.