MS Exchange Server Flaws Exploited to Deploy Keylogger in Targeted Attacks

A known security vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Server is being used by an unidentified threat actor to launch keylogger malware attacks against organizations in the Middle East and Africa.

Positive Technologies, a Russian cybersecurity company, reported that it has identified more than 30 victims, including banks, government organizations, IT firms, and educational institutions. The year 2021 was the first compromise in history.

The business stated in a report released last week that “this keylogger was collecting account credentials into a file accessible via a special path from the internet.”

Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Niger, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Mauritius, Jordan, and Lebanon are among the nations that the intrusion set targets read more MS Exchange Server Flaws Exploited to Deploy Keylogger in Targeted Attacks.

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