[SecurityWeek] Recently Patched Apache HTTP Server Vulnerability Exploited in Attacks

German Cybersecurity Agency and Cisco Warn of Attacks Targeting Apache HTTP Server Flaw 

Organizations are being advised to ensure that their Apache HTTP servers are up to date, after it came to light that a recently patched vulnerability has been exploited in attacks.

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[ThreatPost] Dropbox Used to Mask Malware Movement in Cyberespionage Campaign

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[SecurityWeek] FamousSparrow Cyberspies Exploit ProxyLogon in Attacks on Governments, Hotels

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[HackerNews] Critical Bug in Mozilla’s NSS Crypto Library Potentially Affects Several Other Software

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Mozilla has rolled out fixes to address a critical security weakness in its cross-platform Network Security Services (NSS) cryptographic library that could be potentially exploited by an adversary to crash a vulnerable application and even execute arbitrary code. Tracked as CVE-2021-43527, the flaw affects NSS versions prior to 3.73 or 3.68.1 ESR, and concerns a heap […]

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