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MS Exchange Server Flaw: Keylogger...

In a recent revelation, an unidentified malicious actor has been exploiting vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server to infiltrate systems with a keylogger malware, targeting various entities across Africa and the...

QNAP Patches: Medium Severity Flaws...

In recent updates, QNAP, a prominent Taiwanese company specializing in network-attached storage (NAS) solutions, has diligently addressed several vulnerabilities within its QTS and QuTS hero operating systems. These QNAP patches...

Unfading Sea Haze Attacks: Research...

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, a new player has emerged onto the scene, named Unfading Sea Haze attacks. This previously undisclosed threat group has garnered attention from researchers due...

Alert: Kimsuky Hacking Group Targets...

As per recent reports a new social engineering attack attributed to the North Korea-linked Kimsuky hacking group is targeting human rights activists using fake Facebook accounts. This tactic, involving fictitious...

Deuterbear RAT: China-Linked Hackers’ Cyber...

Media reports claim that cybersecurity experts have recently unveiled new details about a remote access trojan (RAT) named Deuterbear, employed by the China-linked hacking group BlackTech. This sophisticated Deuterbear RAT...

CISA D-Link Router Vulnerabilities Being...

On Thursday, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) added two security vulnerabilities affecting D-Link routers to its CISA Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog due to confirmed active exploitation....

Black Basta Ransomware Attack: Microsoft...

Recent reports claim that the Microsoft Threat Intelligence team stated that a cybercriminal group, identified as Storm-1811, has been exploiting Microsoft’s Quick Assist tool in a series of social engineering...

Alert: Google Chrome Zero-Day Patch...

In recent cybersecurity news, Google has swiftly addressed a critical security concern by releasing an emergency update for its Chrome browser. This update targets the third zero-day vulnerability detected in...

Chrome Zero-Day Patch: New Vulnerability...

Recently, Google swiftly addressed a critical security vulnerability in its Chrome browser, labeled CVE-2024-4671. This flaw, categorized as a high-severity issue, was promptly patched after being actively exploited in the...

Alert: Polish Institutions Targeted By...

Recent events have brought to light a concerning revelation: Polish government institutions have fallen victim to a sophisticated malware campaign orchestrated by a notorious cyber threat group known as APT28...

Combat LLMjacking Attack: Protect Cloud-Hosted...

In the realm of cybersecurity, a new menace has emerged: LLMjacking, a type of AI hijacking. This innovative attack method utilizes pilfered cloud credentials to infiltrate cloud-hosted large language model...

LiteSpeed Cache Bug Exploit For...

In recent developments concerning WordPress security, a significant vulnerability has come to light in the widely used LiteSpeed Cache plugin. This LiteSpeed cache bug, labeled CVE-2023-40000, poses a substantial risk...

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