TsuNAME – DNS Bug That Allow Hackers to DDoS Authoritative DNS Servers

Researchers encountered a new vulnerability named “TsuNAME” in DNS Servers that allows attackers to exploit DDoS authoritative DNS servers. The TsuNAME bug specifically affects the DNS resolvers that lead to exploiting the authoritative servers due to recursive resolvers by sending an extremely large amount of queries to the targeted authoritative servers. The recursive resolver is […]

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New Financially Motivated UNC2529 Hacking Group Targets U.S. Organizations with 3 Malware

The cybersecurity researchers of FireEye’s cybersecurity team at Mandiant have recently proclaimed that the phishing campaign, which mopped across financial, communications, medical, and other organizations around the world in December in two waves was based on completely new strains of malware. In this campaign, the attackers targeted and attacked 50 well-known organizations from an extensive […]

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Hundreds of Millions of Dell Systems Vulnerable to Hack Due to Driver Bug

The cybersecurity researchers have detected a set of five high-severity flaws in hundred of millions of Dell’s firmware update. The set of Five high-severity flaws is affecting Dell computers, laptops, notebooks, and tablets. The security researchers at SentinelOne’s SentinelLabs declared in their report that Dell has published hundreds of millions of Windows devices throughout the […]

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BadAlloc – Microsoft Warns of Multiple Vulnerabilities That Affects Wide Range of IoT & OT Devices

In a regular analysis, the security researchers of Microsoft from “Section 52,” it’s an Azure Defender for IoT research group have detected nearly 25 CVE vulnerabilities that are continuously affecting a wide range of Internet-connected devices later that can be used to execute arbitrary code remotely. However, these vulnerabilities are affecting IoT devices, not only […]

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Hackers Abuses SonicWall Zero-day to Deploy New Ransomware

The cybersecurity research team at FireEye has recently detected back to back three vulnerability in Sonicwall’s email security software. In a regular analysis, the experts have again detected that a threat group, UNC2447, is financially very motivated is continuously exploiting SonicWall VPN zero-day (CVE-2021-20016) vulnerability. According to the report from FireEye, this vulnerability is prior […]

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