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ThreatFabric researchers have detected a new variant of the Android banking trojan Xenomorph.
First detected in February 2022 and attributed to Hadoken Security Group.
Microsoft has fixed 83 vulnerabilities affecting its products, including Microsoft Windows, Office, Exchange, and Azure.
Nine of these vulnerabilities are reported to have received a critical severity score.
Another 69 were reported to have been rated as “important” and two of these security bugs are reported to be 0-day actively exploited, CVE-2023-23397 and CVE-2023-24880.
Researchers at Cisco Talos have detected a new threat actor focused on executing cyberespionage campaigns. Named: YoroTrooper.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has warned of 0-day exploitation of vulnerability CVE-2023-26360 in Adobe ColdFusion.
Google’s security team, Project Zero, disclosed the existence of 18 0-day vulnerabilities in Samsung’s Exynos chipsets, used in mobile devices, laptops, and cars.