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ABOUT “BLUEBLEED”SERVICE AND THE VULNERABILITY OF MICROSOFT AWS SERVERS

ABOUT “BLUEBLEED”SERVICE AND THE VULNERABILITY OF MICROSOFT AWS SERVERS

Attack infoFirst seen 2022-09-24 • Last seen 2022-10-19On October 19, 2022, Socradar announced a vulnerability they discovered in several misconfiguredMicrosoft AWS servers. They also announced the launch of the BlueBleed service, which contains datadownloaded from several misconfigured Microsoft AWS servers.Link to the Socradar announcement – hxxps://socradar[.]io/sensitive-data-of-65000-entities-in-111-countries-leaked-due-to-a-single-misconfigured-data-bucket/ The exposed files in the misconfigured bucket include; POE documents,SOW documents,Invoices,Product orders,Product offers,Project details,Signed customer documents,POC (Proof of Concept)...

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New PHP information-stealing malware targets Facebook accounts

New PHP information-stealing malware targets Facebook accounts

A new Ducktail phishing campaign is spreading a never-before-seen Windows information-stealing malware written in PHP used to steal Facebook accounts, browser data, and cryptocurrency wallets. Ducktail phishing campaigns were first revealed by researchers from WithSecure in July 2022, who linked the attacks to Vietnamese hackers. Those campaigns relied on social engineering attacks through LinkedIn, pushing .NET Core malware masquerading as a PDF document supposedly containing details about a marketing...

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Magniber ransomware now infects Windows users via JavaScript files

Magniber ransomware now infects Windows users via JavaScript files

A recent malicious campaign delivering Magniber ransomware has been targeting Windows home users with fake security updates. Threat actors created in September websites that promoted fake antivirus and security updates for Windows 10. The downloaded malicious files (ZIP archives) contained JavaScript that initiated an intricate infection with the file-encrypting malware. A report from HP’s threat intelligence team notes that Magniber ransomware operators demanded payment of up to $2,500...

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CVE-2022-41352: Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Zimbra Collaboration Suite CVSS 3.0: 9.8 (Critical)

CVE-2022-41352: Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Zimbra Collaboration Suite CVSS 3.0: 9.8 (Critical)

Vulnerability DescriptionAn issue was discovered in Zimbra Collaboration (ZCS) 8.8.15 and 9.0. An attacker can upload arbitrary files through amavisd via a cpio loophole (extraction to /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbra/public) that can lead to incorrect access to any other user accounts. Zimbra recommends pax over cpio. Also, pax is in the prerequisites of Zimbra on Ubuntu; however, pax is no longer part of a default Red Hat installation...

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Top CVEs Actively Exploited By malicious cyber actor

licious cyber actors continue to exploit known vulnerabilities and use publicly available tools to target networks of interest. Remote code execution (RCE) attacks allow an attacker to remotely execute malicious code on a computer. The impact of an RCE vulnerability can range from malware execution to an attacker gaining full control over a compromised machine. RCE vulnerabilities are some of the most risky and high-impact...

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