Stay ahead with our AnyDesk Cybersecurity Incident Customer Guidance

February 4, 2024
1 min read

TLDR: AnyDesk, a remote desktop software, recently confirmed a cyberattack where hackers gained access to the company’s production environment. No authentication tokens were stolen during the attack, but as a precaution, the company has revoked all passwords to their web portal and recommended users change passwords, especially if they are used on other sites. AnyDesk will also revoke all previous code signing certificates and users are advised to install the latest version of the software. The Vigilance Team from cybersecurity company SentinelOne will provide further guidance as the situation unfolds.

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