Technical Bulletins

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TECHNICAL BULLETINS

Technical Bulletin July 2022

The CyberScotland Technical Bulletin will provide you with information about updates, exploits and countermeasures.

• Windows Privilege Escalation Zero-Day fixed in July’s Patch Tuesday

• Follina Exploitation Continues in New Phishing Campaign

• Microsoft rolls back plans to disable Office Macros by Default

• Increase in exploitation of unpatched WordPress page builder flaw

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TECHNICAL BULLETINS

Technical Bulletin June 2022

The CyberScotland Technical Bulletin will provide you with information about updates, exploits and countermeasures.

• Microsoft Patch Tuesday

• How Attackers Can Hijack Your Accounts Before You Even Create Them

• Firefox Implements Total Cookie Protection

• So Long, Internet Explorer. The Browser Goes into Retirement

• Panchan: A New Golang-based Peer-To-Peer Botnet Targeting Linux Servers

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TECHNICAL BULLETINS

Technical Bulletin May 2022

The CyberScotland Technical Bulletin will provide you with information about updates, exploits and countermeasures.

• Microsoft Patch Tuesday

• Hacked WordPress Sites Redirect Users to Scam Sites

• Bluetooth Hack Could Allow Hackers to Remotely Unlock Smart Locks

• Joint Cybersecurity Advisory Publish List of Routinely Exploited Weak Security Controls

• Information on joining the CiSP Network

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