• Norton 360 antivirus now lets you mine Ethereum cryptocurrency
    NortonLifelock has added the ability to mine Ethereum cryptocurrency directly within its Norton 360 antivirus program as a way to “protect” users from malicious mining software.This new mining feature is called ‘Norton Crypto’ and will be rolling out tomorrow to Norton 360 users enrolled in Norton’s early adopter program. When Norton Crypto is enabled, the software […]
  • CISA gives federal agencies until Friday to patch Exchange servers
    The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has ordered federal agencies to install newly released Microsoft Exchange security updates by Friday. Today, Microsoft released security updates for four Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities discovered by the NSA. These Exchange vulnerabilities are capable of remote code execution, with two vulnerabilities not requiring attackers to authenticate first. While none of […]
  • NSA discovers critical Exchange Server vulnerabilities, patch now
    Microsoft today has released security updates for Exchange Server that address a set of four vulnerabilities with severity scores ranging from high to critical. All the flaws lead to remote code execution on a vulnerable machine and were discovered and reported to Microsoft by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Microsoft also found some of […]
  • FBI nuked web shells from hacked Exchange Servers without telling owners
    A court-approved FBI operation was conducted to remove web shells from compromised US-based Microsoft Exchange servers without first notifying the servers’ owners. On March 2nd, Microsoft released a series of Microsoft Exchange security updates for vulnerabilities actively exploited by a hacking group known as HAFNIUM. vulnerabilities are collectively known as ProxyLogon and were used by threat actors in January […]
  • Microsoft Exchange servers now targeted by BlackKingdom ransomware
    Another ransomware operation known as ‘BlackKingdom’ is exploiting the Microsoft Exchange Server ProxyLogon vulnerabilities to encrypt servers. Over the weekend, security researcher Marcus Hutchins, aka MalwareTechBlog, tweeted that a threat actor was compromising Microsoft Exchange servers via the ProxyLogon vulnerabilities to deploy ansomware. Based on the logs from his honeypots, Hutchins states that the threat actor used the vulnerability to execute […]

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