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FritzFrog Botnet Strikes Back Exploiting...

A new variant of the sophisticated botnet “FritzFrog” has emerged, leveraging the Log4Shell vulnerability for propagation. Despite more than two years passing since the Log4j flaw was discovered, attackers continue...

Mitigate Ivanti Vulnerabilities: CISA Issues...

In recent times, the cybersecurity landscape has witnessed a surge in threats targeting Ivanti Connect Secure and Ivanti Policy Secure solutions. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has raised...

CISA Mandates Urgent Patching for...

In a recent move to bolster cybersecurity defenses, CISA has issued a directive to U.S. federal agencies to urgently secure their systems against three newly patched vulnerabilities in Citrix NetScaler...

HealthEC Data Breach Impacts 4.5...

In the evolving landscape of healthcare cybersecurity, the recent data breach at HealthEC LLC has sent shockwaves through the industry, affecting nearly 4.5 million individuals who received care through the...

Google Cloud Patched Privilege Escalation...

Recently, Google Cloud addressed a medium-severity security vulnerability that could potentially be exploited by attackers with access to a Kubernetes cluster. This flaw, discovered and reported by Palo Alto Networks...

Attackers Targeting Poorly Managed Linux...

In recent times, Linux SSH servers have become a prime target for attackers aiming to compromise security and exploit vulnerabilities for malicious activities. This article delves into the growing concern...

Understanding the Terrapin Attack: A...

Researchers at Ruhr University Bochum have discovered a new threat to OpenSSH security known as the Terrapin attack. This sophisticated attack manipulates sequence numbers during the handshake process, compromising the...

Above 30% Apps at Risk...

An alarming 38% of applications that use the Apache Log4j library use the versions susceptible to security vulnerabilities. One of them is a critical vulnerability, Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228), for which patches...

SLAM Attack: New Vulnerability Targets...

In a groundbreaking revelation, researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have uncovered a formidable side-channel attack known as SLAM, posing a serious threat to the security of current and future CPUs...

CISA Reports Adobe ColdFusion Flaw...

In this dynamic field of cybersecurity, one persistent threat continues to loom over businesses that use Adobe’s ColdFusion application. Despite a patch released in March, a ColdFusion flaw is being...

LogoFAIL Attack: A Deep Dive...

A new threat has emerged, sending shockwaves through the cybersecurity industry – the LogoFAIL attack. This vulnerability targets the image-parsing components within the UEFI code, affecting a multitude of devices...

CacheWarp AMD CPU Attack Grants...

Recently, security researchers have discovered a new attack method named CacheWarp. This attack poses a threat to AMD SEV-protected virtual machines, allowing malicious actors to gain unauthorized access by targeting...

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