BabaDeda is out. RATDispenser is out in the wild. Phishng in Farsi. Microsoft bug proofs-of-concept. Apple sues NSO Group.

Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities

New PowerShortShell Stealer Exploits Recent Microsoft MSHTML Vulnerability to Spy on Farsi Speakers (Safebreach) SafeBreach Labs discovered a new Iranian threat actor using a Microsoft MSHTML Remote Code Execution (RCE) exploit for infecting Farsi-speaking victims with a new PowerShell stealer.

The BABADEDA Crypter – an Emerging Crypter targeting the Crypto, NFT, and DeFi communities (Morphisec) Morphisec Labs encountered a new malware called Babadeda targeting cryptocurrency enthusiasts through Discord. We reveal how it can be stopped.

RATDispenser: Stealthy JavaScript Loader Dispensing RATs into the Wild (HP Wolf Security) With a 11% detection rate, RATDispenser appears to be effective at evading security controls and delivering malware.

New JavaScript malware works as a “RAT dispenser” (The Record by Recorded Future) Cybersecurity experts from HP said they discovered a new strain of JavaScript malware that criminals are using as a way to infect systems and then deploy much dangerous remote access trojans (RATs).

PoC Exploit Published for Latest Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day (SecurityWeek) Proof-of-concept exploit code released for code execution flaw affecting on-prem Exchange 2016 and 2019 installations.

Exchange Server admins advised to patch vulnerable machines after POC exploit released for high-severity bug (Computing) Microsoft has described the flaw as having a high impact on data integrity, confidentiality and availability

New Security Shock For Millions Of Windows 10, 11 And Server Users (Forbes) A failed November Patch Tuesday fix could leave millions of Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server users at risk of system takeover.

New Windows zero-day with public exploit lets you become an admin (BleepingComputer) A security researcher has publicly disclosed an exploit for a new Windows zero-day local privilege elevation vulnerability that gives admin privileges in Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server.

Serious Vulnerability Found in Imunify360 Web Server Security Product (SecurityWeek) A vulnerability in the Imunify360 security suite for web servers can be exploited for remote code execution using specially crafted files.