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Advisories describing the vulnerabilities were published this month by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Mitsubishi Electric. SecurityWeek has also obtained additional information from people involved in the discovery and disclosure of these flaws. One advisory describes a critical vulnerability that exposes the affected control systems to unauthenticated XML external entity injection […]

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Kaseya shut down its VSA remote monitoring and management product on July 2, shortly after learning of a ransomware attack targeting the company and its customers. The attackers exploited zero-day vulnerabilities in VSA to deliver REvil ransomware to the MSPs that use the product, as well as to their customers — it’s currently estimated that […]

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As part of the company’s 17 bug bounty and grant programs, participating security researchers can earn awards as high as $250,000 — the highest rewards are for critical vulnerabilities in Hyper-V. More than 340 security researchers across 58 countries received payouts as part of Microsoft’s bug bounty programs over the past year, with the largest […]

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