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Volt Typhoon Malware: US Critical...

In a recent revelation, the U.S. government disclosed that the Chinese state-sponsored hacking group, Volt Typhoon has surreptitiously infiltrated critical infrastructure networks within the country for a staggering five-year period....

MoqHao Evolution Poses Immense Threat...

Cybersecurity threat experts have recently discovered a new variant of the malware named XLoader, commonly known as MoqHao, that has the ability to automatically infect devices without any user interaction....

Unrestricted Code...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

FortiGate Flaw: Threat Actors Breach...

In a recent revelation, the Dutch Ministry of Defence disclosed a concerning breach in its internal computer network, orchestrated by Chinese state-sponsored hackers. The network security breach, detected by both...

Future of IoT Live Patching:...

Unpatched devices often have known security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers IoT live patching keeps devices online and operational even during security updates, reducing downtime Automated patching solutions...

Streamlining Cybersecurity with Enterprise Live...

  Enterprise live patching services are essential in proactive cybersecurity strategies. There is no need to reboot the system when using the live patching method. TuxCare provides automated live patching...

Konni RAT Malware Attack: Russian...

In a recent revelation, German cybersecurity firm DCSO has uncovered the Konni RAT malware attack, which involves the deployment of a Remote Access Trojan. The attackers ingeniously exploited an installer...

Trends and Innovations in Enterprise...

Live patching plays a vital role in helping enterprises stay secure   Live patching is becoming crucial for maintaining compliance with various data privacy standards and regulations   TuxCare’s Extended...

Cybersecurity in Review: The Alarming...

Quick question: when is it ok to run a networked system without updates?  If the answer takes more than 1 second and is anything other than “never,” we need to...

Improper Separation of User/Administrator Privilege...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

Lack of Network Segmentation in...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

Orange Spain Outage: BGP Traffic...

In a recent cybersecurity incident, Orange Spain faced a significant internet outage on January 3, 2024. A threat actor, going by the name ‘Snow,’ exploited vulnerabilities in the company’s RIPE...

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