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Researchers at vx-underground have recently detected that a new ransomware variant, called LockBit Green, is being used by the LockBit ransomware handlers.
Github has taken the decision to revoke a number of certificates used for its Desktop and Atom applications after they were compromised in a security incident in December.
KeePass has recently discovered a vulnerability in its software for which a PoC has already been released. The flaw is identified as CVE-2023-24055.
Researchers at Trellix have warned of two vulnerabilities in Cisco devices. The first, identified as CVE-2023-20076 and with a manufacturer’s CVSS of 7.2; The second bug, so far identified with Cisco bug ID CSCwc67015, would allow an attacker to remotely execute code and overwrite existing files.
WithSecure has published extensive research on the latest campaign by the APT Lazarus, allegedly backed by North Korea.