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Iranian hackers exploiting unpatched Log4j 2 bugs to attack Israeli organizations.

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Accessed on 27 August 2022, 1510 UTC.

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Iranian Hackers Exploiting Unpatched Log4j 2 Bugs to Target Israeli Organizations

Iranian state-sponsored actors are leaving no stone unturned to exploit unpatched systems running Log4j to target Israeli entities, indicating the vulnerability’s long tail for remediation. Microsoft attributed the latest set of activities to the umbrella threat group tracked as MuddyWater (aka ...

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Critical Vulnerability Discovered in Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Data Center

Atlassian has rolled out fixes for a critical security flaw in Bitbucket Server and Data Center that could lead to the execution of malicious code on vulnerable installations. Tracked as CVE-2022-36804 (CVSS score: 9.9), the issue has been characterized as a command injection vulnerability in ...

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Hackers Breach LastPass Developer System to Steal Source Code

Password management service LastPass confirmed a security incident that resulted in the theft of certain source code and technical information. The security breach is said to have occurred two weeks ago, targeting its development environment. No customer data or encrypted passwords were accessed, ...

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Cybercrime Groups Increasingly Adopting Sliver Command-and-Control Framework

Nation-state threat actors are increasingly adopting and integrating the Sliver command-and-control (C2) framework in their intrusion campaigns as a replacement for Cobalt Strike. “Given Cobalt Strike’s popularity as an attack tool, defenses against it have also improved over time,” Microsoft ...

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Okta Hackers Behind Twilio and Cloudflare Breach Hit Over 130 Organizations

The threat actor behind the attacks on Twilio and Cloudflare earlier this month has been linked to a broader phishing campaign aimed at 136 organizations that resulted in a cumulative compromise of 9,931 accounts. The activity has been condemned 0ktapus by Group-IB because the initial goal of the ...

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