Hacking campaign bruteforces Cisco VPNs to breach networks

In credential stuffing and brute-force assaults, hackers target Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) SSL VPNs by taking advantage of holes in security defenses like not enforcing multi-factor authentication (MFA).

The Akira ransomware group was breaking into Cisco VPNs last week, according to a BleepingComputer investigation.

In a report released on Tuesday, security experts from Rapid7 revealed additional information about these instances, including the fact that attackers had been targeting these devices since March of this year in brute force attacks intended to guess the targets read more Hacking campaign bruteforces Cisco VPNs to breach networks.

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