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A low alert is a cyber security vulnerability where people should be aware. They are usually of minimal threat to IT environments and data, however people should be aware about possible threats so that they can take appropriate action to mitigate risks. Low alerts refer to vulnerabilities with minimal potential to impact Australia.
Australians have until 20 September 2022 to seek priority allocation of an .au direct domain name that matches their existing domain name.
This joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA) was coauthored by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).
A high alert is a cyber security vulnerability where people should act quickly (within 48 hours). There are generally no mitigating actions available, and the impact is widespread amongst customers. Impacts are estimated to be lower than a critical alert. High alerts refer to vulnerabilities that might affect Australia.
The ACSC is aware of multiple vulnerabilities in VMware products. Affected Australian organisations should take appropriate action.
The top types of malicious software – or malware – seen by the Australian Cyber Security Centre and international partners through 2021 have been detailed, along with advice on how to counter them.
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