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A newly discovered critical vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook, CVE-2024-21413, poses a significant threat to users by enabling remote code execution (RCE) through emails with malicious links. This flaw, identified by Check Point researcher Haifei Li, allows threat actors to bypass built-in

Hendrik Human Published on 16th February 2024

A new malware, named Ov3r_Stealer, is spreading through fake job advertisements on Facebook. Discovered by Trustwave SpiderLabs, the threat actors behind the malware target users by offering bogus management positions, leading them to download a weaponized PDF. Within the file, the user is directed

Husain Parvez Published on 10th February 2024

Mastodon, an open source and decentralized social media platform, is currently in the midst of a security alert. Cybersecurity experts have disclosed a critical vulnerability, dubbed CVE-2024-23832, that leaves millions of accounts at risk of being hijacked by malicious actors. The flaw scored a

Keira Waddell Published on 6th February 2024

Johnson Controls International, a leading multinational conglomerate, has reported a staggering $27 million in expenses tied to the remediation of a ransomware attack that occurred in September 2023. The attack, which was first reported by BleepingComputer, was orchestrated by the Dark Angels

Husain Parvez Published on 4th February 2024

In a recent development, Ivanti has warned of new zero-day vulnerabilities in its Connect Secure VPN appliance, first exploited by Chinese state-backed hackers in early December 2023. Identified as CVE-2023-46805, CVE-2024-21887, CVE-2024-21888, and CVE-2024-21893, these flaws put customer networks

Hendrik Human Published on 4th February 2024

The first-ever Pwn2Own Automotive competition has concluded with hackers collectively earning a staggering $1,323,750 by exposing 49 zero-day vulnerabilities, primarily in Tesla vehicles. Organized by Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) during the Automotive World conference, the event in

Husain Parvez Published on 28th January 2024

The BianLian ransomware group, notorious for its evolving strategies, has now intensified its focus on the healthcare and manufacturing sectors in the United States and Europe. This move signals a significant threat to data security and operational stability in these critical

Husain Parvez Published on 26th January 2024

In a series of coordinated cyberattacks, state-backed hackers have been exploiting critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Ivanti Connect Secure, a widely used VPN appliance. The vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2023-46805 and CVE-2024-21887, have put numerous organizations at

Keira Waddell Published on 16th January 2024

Researchers have uncovered critical vulnerabilities in the POST SMTP Mailer WordPress plugin, which potentially puts over 150,000 websites at risk of takeover by malicious actors. The vulnerabilities were first reported by cybersecurity researchers Ulyses Saicha and Sean Murphy as part of

Zane Kennedy Published on 14th January 2024

In a troubling development in cybersecurity, multiple information-stealing malware families have been found exploiting an undocumented Google OAuth endpoint, identified as "MultiLogin," to regenerate expired authentication cookies. This discovery, initially made by a developer named PRISMA in

Zane Kennedy Published on 3rd January 2024
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