Understanding PrintNightmare: The importance of having visibility over new attack vectors

What is PrintNightmare? PrintNightmare (CVE-2021-34527) is a recently discovered vulnerability, affecting the Microsoft Windows Print Spooler Service. It allows threat actors to run arbitrary code on any device with Print Spooler service enabled with SYSTEM level privileges via Remote Code Execution (RCE) after obtaining initial access. The vulnerability allows attackers to load a DLL into …

The rising danger of ransomware: the Kaseya case, how it happened, and how to defend yourself

By Alberto Pelliccione, CEO – ReaQta The Revil hacker group managed to obtain a 0-Day to gain access to Kaseya VSA, a management software for IT infrastructures, using it as a conduit to spread ransomware to those MSPs using the platform. Supply-chain attacks are extremely effective and such threats are rising in frequency and complexity. …

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