Strategies for cultivating a supportive culture in zero-trust adoptionIn this Help Net Security interview, Wolfgang Goerlich, Advisory CISO at Cisco, discusses the benefits of implementing a mature zero-trust model for both security and business outcomes, revealing a decrease in reported security incidents and enhanced adaptability. Vigil: Open-source LLM security scannerVigil is an open-source security scanner that detects prompt injections, jailbreaks, and other potential threats to Large Language Models.
A proof-of-concept exploit for a high-severity flaw in Splunk Enterprise that can lead to remote code execution has been made public. Splunk Enterprise is a solution that ingests a variety of data generated by an organization's business infrastructure and applications.
The Kinsing malware operator is actively exploiting the CVE-2023-46604 critical vulnerability in the Apache ActiveMQ open-source message broker to compromise Linux systems. Kinsing malware targets Linux systems and its operator is notorious for leveraging known flaws that are often overlooked by system administrators.
A proof-of-concept exploit was publicly released for a critical remote code execution vulnerability in the CrushFTP enterprise suite, allowing unauthenticated attackers to access files on the server, execute code, and obtain plain-text passwords. Today, Converge published a proof-of-concept exploit for the CVE-2023-43177 flaw, making it critical for CrushFTP users to install the security updates as soon as possible.
CISA warned federal agencies today to secure Juniper devices on their networks by Friday against four vulnerabilities now used in remote code execution attacks as part of a pre-auth exploit chain. The alert comes one week after Juniper updated its advisory to notify customers that the flaws found in Juniper's J-Web interface have been successfully exploited in the wild.
Internet-exposed Apache ActiveMQ servers are also targeted in TellYouThePass ransomware attacks targeting a critical remote code execution vulnerability previously exploited as a zero-day. One week after Apache patched this critical ActiveMQ vulnerability, Huntress Labs and Rapid7 both reported spotting attackers exploiting the bug to deploy HelloKitty ransomware payloads on customers' networks.
Microsoft Exchange is impacted by four zero-day vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit remotely to execute arbitrary code or disclose sensitive information on affected installations. ZDI-23-1578 - A remote code execution flaw in the 'ChainedSerializationBinder' class, where user data isn't adequately validated, allowing attackers to deserialize untrusted data.
Over three thousand internet-exposed Apache ActiveMQ servers are vulnerable to a recently disclosed critical remote code execution vulnerability. Apache ActiveMQ is a scalable open-source message broker that fosters communication between clients and servers, supporting Java and various cross-language clients and many protocols, including AMQP, MQTT, OpenWire, and STOMP. Thanks to the project's support for a diverse set of secure authentication and authorization mechanisms, it is widely used in enterprise environments where systems communicate without direct connectivity.
A security researcher has published a proof-of-concept exploit for Wyze Cam v3 devices that opens a reverse shell and allows the takeover of vulnerable devices. Security researcher Peter Geissler recently discovered two flaws in the latest Wyze Cam v3 firmware that can be chained together for remote code execution on vulnerable devices.
VMware has released security updates to address a critical flaw in the vCenter Server that could result in remote code execution on affected systems. The issue, tracked as CVE-2023-34048 (CVSS...