[ZDNet] HP Wolf report highlights widespread exploitation of MSHTML, typosquatting and malware families hosted on Discord

The HP Wolf Security threat research team said the average time for a business to apply, test and fully deploy patches with the proper checks is 97 days.

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[SecurityWeek] How to Spot an Ineffective Security Practitioner

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[ThreatPost] SonicWall ‘Botches’ October Patch for Critical VPN Bug

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Company finally rolls out the complete fix this week for an RCE flaw affecting some 800,000 devices that could result in crashes or prevent users from connecting to corporate resources. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[TheRecord] New FontOnLake Linux malware used in targeted attacks

Analysts from Slovak security firm ESET said they uncovered a new malware strain that targets Linux systems, which, based on current evidence, they believe was used in a handful of targeted attacks. Named FontOnLake, researchers said the malware’s operators have been “particularly cautious” when deploying this tool in attacks. “The first known file of this […]

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