Cisco addresses 3 critical vulnerabilities in IOS XE Software

Cisco fixed three critical flaws impacting IOS XE operating system powering some of its devices, such as routers and wireless controllers. Cisco has addressed three critical vulnerabilities impacting its IOS XE operating system powering multiple products, including routers and wireless controllers. The most severe of these vulnerabilities is a Remote Code Execution Vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-34770, […]

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3.8 billion Clubhouse and Facebook user records allegedly scraped and merged, put for sale online

A user on a popular hacker forum is selling a database that purportedly contains 3.8 billion Clubhouse and Facebook user records. Original Post @CyberNews https://cybernews.com/security/3-8-billion-allegedly-scraped-and-merged-clubhouse-and-facebook-user-records-put-for-sale-online/ A user on a popular hacker forum is selling a database that purportedly contains 3.8 billion user records. The database was allegedly compiled by combining 3.8 billion phone numbers from […]

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New FamousSparrow APT group used ProxyLogon exploits in its attacks

Researchers spotted a new cyberespionage group, dubbed FamousSparrow, that used ProxyLogon exploits to target hotels worldwide. Researchers from ESET discovered a new cyberespionage group, tracked as FamousSparrow, that has been targeting hotels worldwide around the world since at least 2019. The group also hit higher-profile targets such as law firms, governments, and private companies worldwide. According […]

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A bug in Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover feature leaks +372K of domain credentials

A flaw in the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover feature can be exploited to harvest Windows domain and app credentials. Security researchers from Guardicore discovered a flaw in the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover feature that can be exploited to harvest Windows domain and app credentials from users worldwide. The Microsoft Autodiscover protocol feature of Exchange email servers provides an […]

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BulletProofLink, a large-scale phishing-as-a-service active since 2018

Microsoft uncovered a large-scale phishing-as-a-service operation, dubbed BulletProofLink, that enabled threat actors to easily carry out malicious campaigns. Microsoft researchers have uncovered a large-scale phishing-as-a-service (PHaaS) operation, dubbed BulletProofLink (aka Anthrax), that offers to its customers phishing kits, email templates, and hosting and automated services to carry out phishing attacks. BulletProofLink service was very cheap […]

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Crystal Valley hit by ransomware attack, it is the second farming cooperative shut down in a week

Minnesota-based farming supply cooperative Crystal Valley was hit by a ransomware attack, it is the second attack against the agriculture business in a few days. Minnesota farming supply cooperative Crystal Valley has suffered a ransomware attack, this is the second farming cooperative that was hit by ransomware operators in a few days. At this time, […]

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