Atlassian has issued a patch for its Confluence workspace collaboration tool, which is being targeted in the wild with a zero-day vulnerability that gives attackers unauthenticated remote code execution privileges. The vulnerability has a CVSS score of 10 out of 10 for criticality.
Federal authorities have issued advisories about security vulnerabilities identified in several medical device products, including various Illumina Inc. genetic testing and sequencing devices and certain medication dispensing systems and microbiology software products from Becton, Dickinson & Co.
A zero-day vulnerability in Atlassian Confluence, a workspace collaboration tool that serves millions of daily active users, is being targeted in the wild. The flaw, according to the company's security advisory, gives attackers unauthenticated remote code execution privileges.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has added 75 flaws to its catalog of known exploited software vulnerabilities. The vulnerabilities were disclosed in three separate batches of 21, 20 and 34 vulnerabilities on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively.
Attention to anyone who manages a Microsoft Windows environment: Security researchers are tracking a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office that's being actively exploited by attackers to run malicious code on a vulnerable system.
Poor security configurations, weak controls and gaps in authentication protocols are among the common initial access vectors "routinely exploited" by threat actors, the Five Eyes cybersecurity alliance says. Firms offering cybersecurity services weigh in on the gaps and implementation challenges.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has announced that it is temporarily removing a Windows protection defect from its Known Exploited Vulnerability Catalog because of a risk of authentication failures after the recent Microsoft patch update.
Hundreds of thousands of Konica Minolta printers used in businesses have reportedly been vulnerable to three critical flaws since 2019. Although a patch was available, deployment was delayed as the firmware update required physical access to the printers and COVID-19 made that difficult.
Australian software firm Atlassian has issued fixes for a critically rated vulnerability in its Jira software that could allow an unauthenticated attacker to remotely bypass authentication protections in place. Both Jira and Jira Service Management are vulnerable to this bug.
A week after Microsoft announced the Windows Autopatch feature and declared that, come July, the tradition of Patch Tuesday will end, it's Patch Tuesday again, and the company has issued more than 100 security fixes for software that resolve critical issues, including two zero-day vulnerabilities.
Starting in July, the second Tuesday of every month will "just be another Tuesday," Microsoft says. After releasing patches for vulnerabilities in its software every second Tuesday of every month since 2016, Microsoft says it is now set to roll out automatic updates. Some security experts weigh in.
Google's threat analysis team has detected a new remote code execution flaw leveraged by North Korean nation-state attackers targeting cryptocurrency, fintech and other industries. Although not named in the report, there appears to be a link to the notorious Lazarus cybercrime group.
(ISC)² released results of an online poll about the Log4j vulnerability and the human impact of the efforts to remediate it. CISO Jon France shares findings from the survey, revealing the severity and long-term consequences of the Log4j attack for security teams and the organizations they protect.
A security researcher found two critical vulnerabilities and one high-severity vulnerability in two separate Veeam products that may allow attackers to perform remote code execution and allow local privilege execution on victims' systems, respectively. Veeam has issued patches for all three bugs.
Russian state-sponsored threat actors are exploiting default MFA protocols, along with PrintNightmare, the Windows Print Spooler vulnerability, to illegally access the network of a nongovernmental organization, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the FBI say.