CVE-2021-22893 Pulse Connect Secure RCE Vulnerability (CVE-2021-22893) Shodan : wwwshodanio/search?query=httpcomponent%3A%22pulse+secure%22
Pulse Connect Secure RCE Vulnerability. A vulnerability was discovered under Pulse Connect Secure (PCS). This includes an authentication by-pass vulnerability that can allow an unauthenticated user to perform remote arbitrary file execution on the Pulse Connect Secure gateway. This vulnerability has a critical CVSS score and poses a significant risk to your deployment.
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Pulse Secure has rushed a fix for a critical zero-day security vulnerability in its Connect Secure VPN devices, which has been exploited by nation-state actors to launch cyberattacks against U.S. defense, finance and government targets, as well as victims in Europe.
Pulse Secure also patched three other security bugs, two of them also critical RCE vulnerabilities.
The zero-day flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-22893, was first disclosed on April 20 and carries the highest possible CVSS sever...
Pulse Secure has fixed a zero-day vulnerability in the Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) SSL VPN appliance that is being actively exploited to compromise the internal networks of defense firms and govt agencies.
Last week, cybersecurity firm FireEye revealed that threat actors actively exploited
, tracked as
, to deploy malware on Pulse Secure devices to steal credentials and provide backdoor access to compromised networks.
A day later, US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Secu...
Mandiant recently responded to multiple security incidents involving compromises of Pulse Secure VPN appliances.
This blog post examines multiple, related techniques for bypassing single and multifactor authentication on Pulse Secure VPN devices, persisting across upgrades, and maintaining access through webshells.
The investigation by Pulse Secure has determined that a combination of prior vulnerabilities and a previously unknown vulnerability discover...
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued a new emergency directive ordering federal agencies to mitigate an actively exploited vulnerability in Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) VPN appliances on their networks by Friday.
CISA issued the Emergency Directive (ED) 21-03 Tuesday after Pulse Secure confirmed a FireEye report saying that
exploited the bug (tracked as CVE-2021-22893) to breach government and defense organizations in the US and across the glob...
Pulse Secure has shared mitigation measures for a zero-day authentication bypass vulnerability in the Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) SSL VPN appliance actively exploited in attacks against worldwide organizations and focused on US Defense Industrial base (DIB) networks.
To mitigate the vulnerability tracked as
(with a maximum 10/10 severity score), Pulse Secure advises customers with gateways running PCS 9.0R3 and higher to upgrade the server software to the 9.1R.11.4 release.
Dozens of defense companies, government agencies, and financial organizations in America and abroad appear to have been compromised by China via vulnerabilities in their Pulse Connect Secure VPN appliances – including a zero-day flaw that won't be patched until next month.
On Tuesday, IT software supplier Ivanti, the parent of Pulse Secure, issued a wake-up call to its customers by revealing it looks as though select clients were compromised via their encrypted gateways.
"There is ...