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As a business owner, you know how important it is to keep your business data safe and secure. Perhaps you have already even invested in cybersecurity solutions such as antivirus platforms and ﬁrewalls. But, do you have a password management system?
Microsoft released patches for 112 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), 17 of which were considered critical.
Threat actors are deploying the Mespinoza/ PYSA ransomware by accessing a system via remote desktop to copy and execute the ransomware on other systems on the network. Before deploying the ransomware to other systems, the attacker runs PowerShell scripts on the other systems on the network to exfiltrate files of interest and to maximize the impact of the ransomware.
Microsoft released patches for 55 CVEs in Microsoft Windows, .NET Core and Visual Studio, Internet Explorer (IE), Microsoft Office, SharePoint Server, Open-Source Software, Hyper-V, Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync, and Exchange Server on May Patch Tuesday. Of these 55 bugs, four are rated as Critical in severity. The four critical CVEs to which attention should be paid are all remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities that could enable malicious actors to gain persistence on victim networks. These are CVE2021-26419, CVE-2021-31166, CVE-2021-31194, and CVE-2021- 28476
Microsoft has released an emergency out-of-band security update to address the critical zero-day vulnerability - known as "PrintNightmare", affecting the Windows Print Spooler service, which can permit remote threat actors to run arbitrary code and take over vulnerable systems. The PrintNightmare bug acknowledged by Microsoft post release of PoC exploits by several security researchers last week was tracked under CVE 2021-34527.
Lyndhurst, NJ, August 19, 2020 – Altitude Unlimited Advanced Technology Solutions (“Altitude Unlimited”) announced today the promotion of David Landers to Vice President of Engineering and Jeffrey Menkes to Vice President of Operations.