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Week in review: Ivanti fixes RCE vulnerability, Nissan breach affects 100,000 individuals
2024-03-24 09:00

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Ivanti fixes RCE vulnerability reported by NATO cybersecurity researchersIvanti has fixed a critical RCE vulnerability in Ivanti Standalone Sentry that has been reported by researchers with the NATO Cyber Security Centre.

Nissan breach exposed data of 100,000 individualsNissan Oceania has confirmed that the data breach it suffered in December 2023 affected around 100,000 individuals and has begun notifying them.

PoC exploit for critical Fortra FileCatalyst MFT vulnerability releasedProof-of-concept exploit code for a critical RCE vulnerability in Fortra FileCatalyst MFT solution has been published.

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