Cyber Command Issues Rare Warning to Patch Atlassian Confluence Critical Flaw
Germany blames Russia for attacks on German politicians, Russian man arrested in Seoul for creating TrickBot malware, ProtonMail under fire after French authorities obtain IPs, much more
On Friday, U.S. Cyber Command issued a rare warning that mass exploitation of a vulnerability (CVE 2021-26084) in Atlassian Confluence servers is ongoing and expected to accelerate and urged admins to patch their affected servers immediately if they haven’t already.
CISA also underscored the warning. On August 25, Atlassian issued security updates to address the actively exploited Confluence remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability. (Sergiu Gatlan / Bleeping Computer)
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German Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Andrea Sasse blamed a Russian government hacking group called Ghostwriter for a recent wave of cyberattacks targeting German politicians.
Sasse also said that ahead of Germany's federal election on September 26, there were attempts to obtain perso…
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