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Millions of Devices Affected by Vulnerabilities Used in Stolen FireEye Tools

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Dec
2020
Millions of Devices Affected by Vulnerabilities Used in Stolen FireEye Tools

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Qualys said it identified more than 7.5 million instances related to vulnerabilities associated with the stolen FireEye tools and compromised versions of the SolarWinds Orion product. The vulnerable instances were discovered across nearly 5.3 million unique assets belonging to Qualys’ more than 15,000 customers.

As FireEye pointed out when it announced that threat actors breached its systems and stole some of its Red Team assessment tools, no zero-day vulnerabilities are exploited by these tools, which means patches and mitigations are available for each of the security holes. Now it’s up to impacted organizations to ensure that the vulnerabilities have been patched.

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