LINK Enough said –
LINK LINK The VMware RCE bug (CVE-2021-21985) from a week or so ago is now being actively used in attacks. Address it NOW
LINK CISA put together a bunch of information about Cobalt Strike for you. Suggest taking a look.
LINK This is honestly terrifying. Now, the fact it was a Tesla honesly means nothing to me. The usage of a Drone to hover near a car or cars and starting to actively hack them is something needing to be payed attention to. Car security has been a joke for so long, I hope it […]
LINK SAP released patches, please take the time to update as exploits are already out for those vulnerabilities.
LINK Its been highlighted a few times recently, FortiNet has come out in the last year with some very high damage vulnerabilities and coordinated attacked are continuously being used to exploit them
LINK Looks like some bad guys decided git.php.net was net to hack and try to insert code into.
LINK A fascinating example of some of these attackers are smart and do the work on their end, not just repackaging other peoples work. Below the list of zero-day flaws exploited in the February 2020 campaign: CVE-2020-6418 – Chrome Vulnerability in TurboFan CVE-2020-0938 – Font Vulnerability on Windows CVE-2020-1020 – Font Vulnerability on Windows CVE-2020-1027 – Windows CSRSS Vulnerability […]
LINK If you have NOT mitigated or patched the F5 updates in the Link above – Time to potentially assume you are breached
LINK Looks like SIGred, which came out in July of 2020, got its first RCE PoC online. This vulnerability became significantly more important now.