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A critical alert is a cyber security vulnerability where people should take immediate (same day) action. The vulnerability is trivial to exploit, with Proof of Concept (PoC) available. There are generally no mitigating factors available, and the impact is widespread among customers. The ACSC may also be aware of active targeting by malicious cyber actors. Critical alerts refer to vulnerabilities that are (or strongly suspected will be) affecting Australia.
The ACSC is aware of active exploitation of the Follina zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (CVE-2022-30190). Affected Australian organisations should take appropriate action.
A critical unauthenticated remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-26134) has been identified in all supported versions of Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center. ACSC recommends organisations restrict internet…
A high alert is a cyber security vulnerability where people should act quickly (within 48 hours). There are generally no mitigating factors 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.
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