MITER experts have published a list of the 25 most dangerous problems of 2022

MITER experts have published a list of the 25 most common and dangerous problems of 2022. Such bugs can potentially expose systems to attack, allow attackers to take control of vulnerable devices, access sensitive information, or cause a denial of service. By the way, we also love all sorts of lists and tops, for example:… Continue reading MITER experts have published a list of the 25 most dangerous problems of 2022

Nation-State Threat Actors are an Actual Menace, According to CISA

On April 13, the US government (specifically, the Department of Energy, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the National Security Agency, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation) made a warning about nation-state threat actors using specialized malware to access industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) devices. Nation-State threat actors in… Continue reading Nation-State Threat Actors are an Actual Menace, According to CISA

US and UK accused China for attacks on Microsoft Exchange servers

The United States and a coalition of its allies, including the EU, Britain and NATO, have formally accused China and its authorities of a large-scale hacking campaign to break into Microsoft Exchange servers. Let me remind you that these attacks have been going on since the beginning of 2021 and are targeted tens of thousands… Continue reading US and UK accused China for attacks on Microsoft Exchange servers

Microsoft has released an update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows

As you know, very soon, on December 31, 2020, support for Adobe Flash Player will be completely discontinued, after which it will no longer be supported by all modern browsers. Now Microsoft has released an update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows. Let me remind you that work on a complete rejection of Flash Player… Continue reading Microsoft has released an update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows

CISA experts warned about the growth of LokiBot infostealer activity

Specialists from the Agency for Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection, organized by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS CISA), warned about growth of activity of LokiBot infostealer aka Loki and Loki PWS; not to be confused with the Trojan of the same name for Android), which has been increasing since July this year. ZDNet journalists… Continue reading CISA experts warned about the growth of LokiBot infostealer activity

Chinese hackers attack US organizations and exploit bugs in F5, Citrix and Microsoft Exchange

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS CISA) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency (DHS CISA) has published security guidelines for the private sector and government agencies. CISA said that Chinese hackers associated with the Ministry of State Security of the Republic of China are attacking organizations in the United States and exploit bugs in F5, Citrix,… Continue reading Chinese hackers attack US organizations and exploit bugs in F5, Citrix and Microsoft Exchange

US authorities have published the top 10 software vulnerabilities, most often exploited over the past 5 years

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency (CISA), part of the US Department of Homeland Security, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) published the TOP 10 software vulnerabilities, most commonly exploited in 2016-2019. The list includes vulnerabilities used by both government-funded hackers and civil cybercriminals. “The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of… Continue reading US authorities have published the top 10 software vulnerabilities, most often exploited over the past 5 years