The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has identified a number of critical vulnerabilities affecting VMware’s vRealize Hyperic monitoring and performance management product.
The ACSC is aware of active exploitation of the “Follina” zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (CVE-2022-30190). Affected Australian organisations should take appropriate action.
The ACSC is aware of multiple vulnerabilities in VMware products. Affected Australian organisations should take appropriate action.
The ACSC is aware of a F5 Security Advisory Addressing Multiple Vulnerabilities in their BIG-IP Product Range. Affected Australian organisations should take appropriate action.
ACSC is aware of media reporting relating to multiple potential vulnerabilities, including the vulnerability identified as ‘Spring4Shell’ or ‘SpringShell’, in the Spring Framework for Java and its execution environments. These vulnerabilities pose a threat to…
A vulnerability (CVE-2022-1040) has been identified in Sophos Firewall prior to version 18.5 which could allow a malicious cyber actor to perform remote code execution. Affected Australian organisations should apply the available patch.
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Australian organisations are encouraged to urgently adopt an enhanced cyber security position. Organisations should act now and follow ACSC’s advice to improve their cyber security resilience in light of the heightened threat environment.
Australian organisations should urgently adopt an enhanced cybersecurity posture. Entities should follow ACSC advice and act on improving their resilience with the cyber threat heightened.