Atlassian released a patch for a critical vulnerability in its workspace collaboration tool Confluence stemming from hard-coded credentials. The Australian company found no evidence of exploitation of the flaw that allows remote, unauthenticated attackers access to vulnerable servers.
Researchers at BitSight say a common GPS tracker used in fleet management by organizations around the globe could be used by hackers to abruptly stop vehicles on highways or disable a car for ransom. Chinese manufacturer MiCODUS hasn't responded to researchers or U.S. officials.
Microsoft's July Patch Tuesday addresses 84 new security flaws. At the top of this month's "patch me first" list is CVE-2022-22047, a zero-day vulnerability that has been actively exploited in the wild. Also, Windows Autopatch rolls out this month.
The rapid shift to remote working early in the pandemic and the discovery of serious new flaws such as Log4j have driven criminals to continue probing "what's vulnerable, and how to exploit it," says Casey Ellis, CTO and founder of Bugcrowd. Here's how he recommends organizations respond.
The Django web framework patched a high-severity vulnerability affecting its main branch and three other versions - 3.2, 4.0 and 4.1. Developers who match inputs against safelists are unaffected. There are more than 91,000 websites using the Django framework, many of them based in the United States.
Watch out for APT and state-sponsored hackers using the Log4Shell vulnerability to gain unauthorized entry into unpatched VMware Horizon Systems and Unified Access Gateway servers, says a joint advisory from CISA and the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has begun issuing alerts about 56 flaws across operational technology equipment built by 10 different vendors. Researchers at Forescout Technologies say the flaws trace to poor design decisions by vendors.
Threats facing industrial control systems are well-documented, and as the Russia-Ukraine war continues, concerns are rising about reprisals aimed at poorly protected Western critical infrastructure, says Lionel Jacobs Jr., security architect for ICS and SCADA systems at Palo Alto Networks.
Business-critical applications, the crown jewels of the modern enterprise, are increasingly targeted due to their significant value, and many organizations are struggling to secure them. These systems must be properly deployed, monitored and maintained, says Onapsis CEO Mariano Nunez.
Former Rockwell Automation CISO Dawn Cappelli discusses the mission of the new Dragos OT-CERT - a cybersecurity resource designed to help industrial asset owners and operators build their OT cybersecurity programs, improve their security postures and reduce OT risk - and her role as its director.
Microsoft has not yet released patches for two zero-days, Follina and DogWalk, that both exploit vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Windows Support Diagnostic Tool. But the company has released a workaround for Follina, and micropatching service 0Patch has offered a temporary fix for DogWalk.
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.
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.