The Microsoft May 2022 Security Updates includes patches and advisories for 73 vulnerabilities, seven of those rated Critical severity and one zero-day flaw CVE-2022-26925.
Microsoft shared new information on cyber threat group dubbed ACTINIUM (also known as Gamaredon) that has been targeting organizations in Ukraine or those related to Ukrainian affairs. The cyber activity is also tracked back to DEV-0157.
Microsoft has issued a warning of destructive Master Boot Records (MBR) wiper malware targeting Ukranian organizations.
Microsoft has issued an emergency Exchange server patch that fixes an issue where email messages can get stuck in transport queues.
A four-year old Microsoft Azure App Service 0-day vulnerability dubbed “NotLegit” affects hundreds of source code repositories.
Microsoft has released a new report on Nobelium that has been targeting cloud service providers (CSPs), managed service providers (MSPs) and other IT organizations in order to launch broader attacks against customers they serve.
Microsoft has warned that Nobelium threat actors are using a new backdoor malware dubbed FoggWeb to target Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) servers.
Microsoft has published new guidance on Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) vulnerabilities within Azure virtual management (VM) Management extensions.