One single vulnerability is all that an attacker needs"- Window Snyder, CSO Fastly, so true. To keep these vulnerabilities away;

We are here with the first issue of Threatsploit for the year 2023.

To be sure, we can't help but wonder what harm could come from someone gaining unauthorised access to your passport number. Nonetheless, believe us when we say that a lot of things can go wrong:

Theft of personal data, monetary fraud, fraudulent travel expenses, fraudulent job offers, and phishing attacks. The Global Pravasi Rishta webpage, run by the Indian government's foreign ministry, has recently made headlines. The site's flaw was to blame for the incident. And getting at the information was a breeze. Based on our research, we can conclude that business owners routinely breach website security.

They put almost no resources into website penetration testing. We are crossing our fingers that this information will give them the willies and push them toward investing in website security. Last month, hackers made an attempt on AIIMS. This time, a hospital in Chennai was the target of an assault. Patients' information has apparently been stolen. According to reports, hackers have so far avoided India's health care sector. This is now, however, apparently on their radar screens. With access to patients' medical records, a hacker could commit a wide variety of fraudulent activities. To ensure patient safety, India's health care industry must prioritize cyber security.

There has been a recent outbreak of a new ransomware strain targeting Windows systems.It locks down numerous different file formats with an impenetrable layer of encryption. There has been a significant uptick in ransomware during the past year. Additionally, there are now cases where a new ransomware family is being produced.