Ivanti VPN: Zero-Day Flaws Spark Cyber Chaos Everywhere

January 17, 2024
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No-one is guarded against a zero-day flaw, with each new vulnerability that is exposed in critical systems sending shockwaves across the cybersecurity industry. This time it is Ivanti VPN devices that are the target of hackers, after two zero-day vulnerabilities were exposed in December 2023. According to threat intelligence firm Volexity, the vulnerabilities enable remote, unauthenticated hackers to compromise targeted devices, infiltrate internal networks, and steal sensitive data.

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