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New Ducktail malware targets Facebook...

Attackers are using a Windows malware called Ducktail to steal Facebook accounts, browsing data and crypto wallets. Ducktail is associated with Vietnamese hackers and relies mainly on social engineering attacks...

Hackers actively exploit critical Bitbucket...

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added a Bitbucket Server RCE and two Microsoft Exchange zero-days to its list of exploited vulnerabilities. The Bitbucket flaw is a...

Microsoft Exchange zero-day flaws expose...

Microsoft has announced that two critical vulnerabilities in its Exchange application are being exploited by attackers. The company also explained that more than 22,000 servers worldwide are affected. “​​At this...

New Metador APT takes aim...

A new malware, identified as Metador, is being used by attackers to target telecommunications, internet service providers and universities on multiple continents, according to security researchers at SentinelOne. “The operators...

Attackers exploit Sophos’ firewall code...

Sophos has warned that attackers are exploiting a critical code injection security vulnerability in the company’s Firewall product. The attackers are exploiting the flaw in the wild. The vulnerability is...

Microsoft’s Edge news feed exploited...

Security researchers at Malwarebytes have uncovered an ongoing malvertising campaign that injects ads into Microsoft’s Edge News Feed, redirecting potential victims to websites that promote tech support scams. The Threat...

Hackers exploit Oracle WebLogic Servers...

Cybersecurity company Trend Micro has uncovered a malware campaign in which threat actors exploit security vulnerabilities in the Oracle WebLogic Server to deliver cryptocurrency mining malware. One of the malware...

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