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Kinsing Actors Target Cloud Environments...

Recently, there has been a concerning development in the world of cloud security. A group of threat actors linked to Kinsing is actively targeting cloud environments. They are doing this...

Several Vim Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Hey there, Ubuntu users! We have got some important news about your favorite text editor, Vim. The latest security updates have been released to fix several Vim vulnerabilities, and it’s...

libcue Library Flaw Exposes GNOME...

A memory corruption vulnerability within the open-source libcue library allows attackers to execute arbitrary code on Linux systems running the GNOME desktop environment. The libcue library, primarily designed for parsing...

Linux malware infects 70,000...

A stealthy Linux malware called AVrecon has been used to infect over 70,000 Linux-based small office/home office (SOHO) routers, according to a report by Lumen’s Black Lotus Labs threat research...

Fake PoC for Linux Vulnerability...

A fake proof of concept (PoC) exploit targeting cybersecurity researchers has emerged that installs malware designed to steal Linux passwords. Uptycs analysts stumbled upon this malicious PoC during their routine...

From Fishy to Formidable: An...

In a recent post entitled “Fishy Zero Day Exploits,” we outlined the discovery of a troubling zero-day exploit of the Barracuda Email Security Gateway (ESG), an appliance designed for email...

Raspberry PI OS Gets Updated...

A new version of the Raspberry Pi OS for Raspberry Pi devices was recently made available by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It includes updated applications, bug fixes, and significant improvements...

The Bugs Behind the Vulnerabilities...

Welcome to the final installment of our five-part series looking at code bugs responsible for the vulnerabilities and exploits we try to stay safe from. In this part, we’ll go...

New Variant of IceFire Ransomware...

A new variant of IceFire ransomware has been discovered that targets Linux systems. In the past, it has been found to target Windows only. This ransomware is known for targeting...

Reduced Time to Exploit Is...

We need an opportunity to achieve our cybersecurity goals. The tighter this window, the harder it becomes to do our cybersecurity jobs. Recent reports stating that the time to exploit...

Lucky Mouse creates Linux version...

Lucky Mouse, a cyber threat group, has created a Linux version of the malware called SysUpdate, increasing its ability to attack devices that use the operating system. This latest campaign,...

Cloud Patching Can Prevent A...

There is one vulnerability exploited every 2 hours and attackers can cause significant disruption, downtime, and revenue loss. Before divulging into the cloud patching know-how, it’s imperative to learn about...

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