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Threat Update 31 – Now are the Zero Days of our Discontent

Threat Update 31 – Now are the Zero Days of our Discontent

Have you ever wanted to get into a concert, or movie, but you couldn’t get a ticket? Probably not recently, but in this remote age, we’ve all experienced something similar if we’ve forgotten a password. What’s even more frustrating – for attackers, at least – is not having your password at all.

Unfortunately, three new Zero Day vulnerabilities recently discovered in F5 products and Microsoft Office 365 let attackers skip the password and authentication completely. Join Kilian, Ryan O’Boyle, and Kyle Roth from the Varonis Incident Response Team live as they discuss these new vulnerabilities, what they can mean to organizations if they go unpatched, and how attackers leverage them to become “insiders.”

Articles and resources referenced in this episode:

Ars Technica – Hackers are exploiting a server vulnerability with a severity of 9.8 out of 10

Security Newspaper – Two Critical Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office 365 Allow Authentication of Malicious Users

Varonis blog – What is Zero Trust? A Security Model

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