12 new flaws used for ransomware attacks

12 new flaws used for ransomware attacks

A new ransomware attack was launched this quarter, bringing the total number of ransomware-related bugs to 278. That is a 4.5 percent increase over Q2, according to researchers.

Five new bugs can be used to achieve remote coding (RCE), while two can be used to exploit web applications and launch denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. That is not good news, but it is especially true that the quarter saw DoS (DDoS) records being distributed, according to a separate study.

News about the new dangers posed by ransomware workers comes from Ivanti’s Q3 2021 report on the ransomware index spotlight, published Tuesday and conducted by Cyber ​​Security Works and Cyware.

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