On Dec. 9, 2021 the Log4J vulnerability (AKA Log4Shell) was identified as being exploited in the wild. The subsequent investigation revealed the exploitation of the vulnerability impacts nearly all of the internet, making this vulnerability rank “SEVERE”. Omega Systems has been working diligently to identify and remediate systems susceptible to the vulnerability known as Log4J.
Over the weekend (Saturday, November 13, 2021), Omega Systems’ SOC specialists investigated a threatening “.gov” email sent to one of our customers. Our customer was just one of among tens of thousands who received the email, warning recipients of an FBI breached cyberattack.
If given unlimited attempts could you guess a password? How are hackers able to do this with no lockout?
Let’s be honest, the laundry list of passwords that you likely have both personally and professionally is just a pain.
New Exchange vulnerabilities were recently discovered by the National Security Agency. Omega Systems is taking proactive steps to address these threats.
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Microsoft mitigation could cause domain communication failure if appropriate action is not taken before Feb 9, 2021.
On Thursday, October 1st the Department of the Treasury in Washington, DC issued a public advisory on “Potential Sanctions Risks for Facilitating Ransomware Payments,” in response to the onslaught of COVID-19 themed ransomware attacks.
Many key news outlets reported a major hospital system, Universal Health Services Inc. (based in King of Prussia, PA), was hit with a major ransomware cyberattack over the past weekend.
Earlier this week, Omega Systems was alerted of SigRed (CVE-2020-1350), a CRITICAL SEVERITY ‘Wormable’ Remote code execution vulnerability that impacts Windows DNS.