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A vulnerability (CVE-2021-20038) has been identified in SonicWall SMA 100 series appliances. Exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an unauthenticated malicious cyber actor to perform remote code execution. Affected Australian organisations should apply the available patch.
The Australian government will NEVER phone you to request access to your computer, or request you to purchase cryptocurrencies or gift cards. If you receive a suspicious phone call, take the caller's details, hang up and contact the company they claim to represent via official communication channels listed on their website. Never call a number provided by the scammer.
On 10 December 2021, ACSC released an alert relating to a serious vulnerability in versions of the Log4j Java logging library. Malicious cyber actors are using this vulnerability to target and compromise systems globally and in Australia. The ACSC is working with a significant number of victims and affected vendors across all sectors of the economy.
ACSC and cyber security agency partners have issued a joint statement and advisory on the Log4j vulnerability providing technical details, mitigations and resources to help address the critical software flaw.
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