Monthly Security Digest for the month July
Every month, we are covering the major security events for our clients. Please find an exclusive selection below.
GRUB2 BootHole Vulnerability Affects Billions of Devices
Cyber Security researchers at Eclypsium have disclosed a new vulnerability dubbed as BootHole affecting GRUB2 bootloader which is used by billions of Windows and Linux systems. The vulnerability tracked by CVE-2020-10713 is a buffer overflow vulnerability that affects all versions of GRUB2 and exists in the way it parses content from the config file.
MATA, New Multi-platform Targeted Malware Framework
Cyber Security researchers at Kaspersky have spotted a new malware framework called MATA. This malware framework consists of several components, such as loader, orchestrator, and plugins targeting Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems.
Undetectable Linux Malware Targets Docker Servers
Cyber Security researchers at Intezer has recently uncovered a completely undetectable Linux malware that exploits undocumented techniques, using a blockchain wallet for generating C&C domain names.