Securonix Blogs

Rising Threats: T1190 - Gaining initial access through vulnerability exploits

April 22, 2021

Threat actors and their love for exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities is a story that never gets old with time. Adding to the recent string of advisories from U.S. agencies about APT groups utilizing unpatched vulnerabilities over the recent months, the National Security Agency (NSA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a joint advisory last Thursday that Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) actors have been actively scanning for and exploiting a multitude of vulnerabilities across vendors to compromise the networks of the United States and allies.

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Securonix Takes Platinum in The Govies for 2021

April 28, 2021

Following a string of recognitions already this year, we were honored to learn of another big win for Securonix in The Govies Government Security Awards, which celebrate outstanding government security products.

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Securonix Next-Gen SIEM Dominates the 2022 Govies Government Security Awards

June 02, 2022

Building on a string of award success this year, Securonix has been named a Platinum winner of three Govies Government Security Awards. The award series honors outstanding government security products in a variety of categories.

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Securonix Threat Labs Security Advisory: New Goland Attack Campaign GP#WEBBFUSCATOR Leverages Office Macros and James Webb Images to Infect Systems

August 29, 2022

The Securonix Threat research team has recently identified a unique sample of a persistent Golang-based attack campaign tracked by Securonix as GO#WEBBFUSCATOR. The new campaign incorporates an equally interesting strategy by leveraging the infamous deep field image taken from the James Webb telescope and obfuscated Golang programming language payloads to infect the target system with the malware.

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