Significant vulnerabilities have
been identified in the widely adopted file transfer software MOVEit,
commonly used in businesses. It is imperative for software users to exercise
heightened vigilance and promptly apply the necessary patches to mitigate risks.
File transfer software developed by Progress Software in the United States,
designed to facilitate secure and efficient external file
transfers. Renowned for its widespread adoption, MOVEit is
utilized by over 1,700 companies and boasts a user base of
3.5 million individuals globally. The vulnerabilities, identified as
CVE-2023-34362 and CVE-2023-35036, pose a significant risk across all versions
Exploitation of these vulnerabilities can lead to unauthorized access and
potential compromise of both managed files within the software and, in severe
cases, control over the internal network.
Confidential Leak:Israel Government
S2W has recently identified a
Telegram channel specializing in the unauthorized disclosure of data from
Israel. This channel is sharing the personal information of employees from the
Israeli Defense Ministry free of charge.The
Telegram channel in question appears to have been established in late April.
Since then, it has come to light that numerous data leaks have occurred,
including private Israeli websites, personal information of citizens, and
election-related databases, all of which are being freely disseminated.
Personal Information Leak: Vietnam
Detailed personal information of
Vietnamese citizens has been leaked and is being sold on Russian dark web
June 13, a post was discovered on the Russian dark web hacking forum XSS,
offering for sale the personal information of Vietnamese citizens. The
seller provided a sample of the leaked data in the post, revealing name, date
of birth, contact details, address, resident registration number, account
number and so on.
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