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A cyber mercenary that “ostensibly sells general security and information analysis services to commercial customers” used several Windows and Adobe zero-day exploits in limited and highly-targeted attacks against European and Central American entities. The company, which Microsoft describes as a private-sector offensive actor (PSOA), is an Austria-based outfit called DSIRF that’s linked to the development […]

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On March 2, 2021 Microsoft detected multiple zero-day exploits being used to attack on-premises versions of Microsoft Exchange Server. Over the next few days, over 30,000 organizations in the US were attacked as hackers used several Exchange vulnerabilities to gain access to email accounts and install web shell malware, giving the cybercriminals ongoing administrative access […]

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Exploit acquisition firm Zerodium is apparently trying to attract bug bounty hunters by making public the amounts of money it’s prepared to award for various vulnerabilities in popular software. The highest payout, up to $500,000, can be earned for a high quality zero-day exploit targeting Apple iOS. From September 21 through October 31, Zerodium ran […]

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