Chinese Hackers Begin Exploiting Latest Microsoft Office Zero-Day Vulnerability

2022-06-01 - An advanced persistent threat (APT) actor aligned with Chinese state interests has been observed weaponizing the new zero-day flaw in Microsoft Office to achieve code execution on affected systems. "TA413 CN APT spotted [in-the-wild] exploiting the Follina zero-day using URLs to deliver ZIP archives which contain Word Documents that use the technique," enterprise security firm Proofpoint said in

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Microsoft Releases Workarounds for Office Vulnerability Under Active Exploitation

2022-05-31 - Microsoft on Monday published guidance for a newly discovered zero-day security flaw in its Office productivity suite that could be exploited to achieve code execution on affected systems. The weakness, now assigned the identifier CVE-2022-30190, is rated 7.8 out of 10 for severity on the CVSS vulnerability scoring system. Microsoft Office versions Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 2019, and

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

SideWinder Hackers Launched Over a 1,000 Cyber Attacks Over the Past 2 Years

2022-05-31 - An "aggressive" advanced persistent threat (APT) group known as SideWinder has been linked to over 1,000 new attacks since April 2020. "Some of the main characteristics of this threat actor that make it stand out among the others, are the sheer number, high frequency and persistence of their attacks and the large collection of encrypted and obfuscated malicious components used in their

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Learn Raspberry Pi and Arduino with 9 Online Developer Training Courses

2022-05-31 - This is an exciting time for the Internet of Things. According to Deloitte research, the average U.S. household now has 25 connected devices — and new products are being launched every day. This rush of demand means that many tech companies are looking for developers with IoT knowledge. And even if you don’t want to specialize in this field, the programming skills are transferable. Featuring

Source:, The Hacker News

Interpol Nabs 3 Nigerian Scammers Behind Malware-based Attacks

2022-05-31 - Interpol on Monday announced the arrest of three suspected global scammers in Nigeria for using remote access trojans (RATs) such as Agent Tesla to facilitate malware-enabled cyber fraud. "The men are thought to have used the RAT to reroute financial transactions, stealing confidential online connection details from corporate organizations, including oil and gas companies in South East Asia, the

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

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