CERT-UA Reports SickSync Campaign: Data Theft Crucial Alert

Recently, the Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine cybersecurity (CERT-UA) issued a warning regarding a targeted cyber espionage campaign named SickSync, orchestrated by a group identified as UAC-0020 or Vermin. The CERT-UA ...

CISA Alert: Urgent Update Needed for Apache Flink Vulnerability

Attention Apache Flink users! The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently added an Apache Flink vulnerability to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog, highlighting evidence of its active exploitation. Apache Flink ...

City of Helsinki Data Breach: What You Need to Know

On May 2, 2024, the City of Helsinki announced the data breach targeting its Education Division. However, the breach was discovered on April 30, 2024, and an investigation was promptly carried out ...

CISA and FBI Issue Alert on Path Traversal Vulnerabilities

The joint alert from CISA and FBI highlights the continued exploitation of path traversal vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure attacks, impacting sectors like healthcare. The recent CVE-2024-1708 vulnerability in ConnectWise ScreenConnect is a ...

Brokewell Malware: Cyber Attacks Via Fake Browser Updates

In a recent revelation by threat detection company ThreatFabric, a newly identified Android trojan named Brokewell has emerged as a significant threat to users’ security. The malicious Brokewell malware not only possesses ...

KapeKa Backdoor: Russian Threat Actor Group’s Recent Attacks

In the realm of cybersecurity, vigilance is paramount. Recent discoveries have shed light on a previously undisclosed threat known as Kapeka, a versatile backdoor quietly making its presence felt in cyber attacks ...

Ahoi Attacks: A New Threat to Confidential VMs in the Cloud

Researchers from ETH Zurich have uncovered a new attack method dubbed “Ahoi Attacks” that threatens the security of confidential virtual machines (CVMs) within cloud environments. Described as a family of attacks, there ...

DinodasRAT Malware: A Multi-Platform Backdoor Targeting Linux

DinodasRAT, a C++-based malware, has emerged as a serious threat to Linux users. Initially discovered targeting Windows systems, researchers have recently reported a Linux variant of this multi-platform backdoor actively deployed in ...