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SonicWall hit by attackers leveraging zero-day vulnerabilities in its own products?

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Jan
2021
SonicWall hit by attackers leveraging zero-day vulnerabilities in its own products?

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On Friday evening, SonicWall announced that it “identified a coordinated attack on its internal systems by highly sophisticated threat actors exploiting probable zero-day vulnerabilities on certain SonicWall secure remote access products.”

The network security company said that several of its products are impacted, but the day after let everyone know that some of those were not affected, after all.

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“We believe it is extremely important to be transparent with our customers, our partners and the broader cybersecurity community about the ongoing attacks on global business and government,” SonicWall said while warning the public about the potential zero-day vulnerabilities in the NetExtender VPN Client and Secure Mobile Access (SMA) physical and virtual appliances.

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