Following the recent abuse of vulnerabilities in various malware distributions and attacks, it is becoming more crucial to detect said information early on. Zero-day and other various vulnerabilities are typically spread faster through social networks. AhnLab provides the trend of current vulnerabilities through the ATIP service based on the information collected by the in-house infrastructure. Additionally, ATIP offers information on said vulnerabilities’ characteristics and countermeasures through related News Clippings, ASEC Notes, analysis reports, security advisories, and more. This report introduces the vulnerabilities that are trending each month along with their statistics and characteristics.
CVE-2023-28206 (Apple macOS, iOS, iPadOS)
CVE-2023-2033 (Google Chrome)
CVE-2023-28252 (Windows Common Log File System)
CVE-2023-21554 (Microsoft Message Queuing)
CVE-2023-29218 (Twitter Recommendation Algorithm)
CVE-2023-27350 (PaperCut MF/NG)
CVE-2021-44228 (Apache Log4j)
CVE-2023-23397 (Microsoft Outlook)
CVE-2023-28205 (Apple macOS, iOS, iPadOS)
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