Microsoft has released the Windows 11 22H2 KB5017389 preview cumulative update with 30 fixes or improvements. This Windows 11 cumulative update is part of Microsoft's September 2022 monthly "C" update, allowing users to test upcoming fixes coming in the October 2022 Patch Tuesday.
This week's news primarily revolves around LockBit, BlackMatter, and the rising enterprise-targeting Royal ransomware operation.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added three more security flaws to its list of bugs exploited in attacks, including a Bitbucket Server RCE and two Microsoft Exchange zero-days.
A new phishing campaign targets US and New Zealand job seekers with malicious documents installing Cobalt Strike beacons for remote access to victims' devices.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) announced today the launch of Operation Guardian which will ensure that more than 10,000 customers who had their personal info leaked in the Optus data breach will get priority protection against fraud attempts.
Germany's Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), the country's federal criminal police, carried out raids on the homes of three individuals yesterday suspected of orchestrating large-scale phishing campaigns that defrauded internet users of €4,000,000.
Microsoft is now blocking the Windows 11 22H2 update from being offered because of compatibility issues affecting Windows devices with printers using Microsoft IPP Class Driver or Universal Print Class Driver.
Microsoft has confirmed that two recently reported zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 are being exploited in the wild.
Threat actors are exploiting yet-to-be-disclosed Microsoft Exchange zero-day bugs allowing for remote code execution, according to claims made by security researchers at Vietnamese cybersecurity outfit GTSC, who first spotted and reported the attacks.
Security researchers have discovered a malicious campaign by the 'Witchetty' hacking group, which uses steganography to hide a backdoor malware in a Windows logo.