Mitigate Microsoft Exchange Server Attacks
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What are the Microsoft Exchange Server attacks?
Microsoft announced four critical zero-day Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities on March 2. HAFNIUM, an advanced threat actor group assessed to be state-sponsored, and other threat actors across the globe have been attacking organizations by exploiting these vulnerabilities. Hundreds of thousands of organizations are believed to be affected by these attacks. If exploited, an organization can suffer a complete email system takeover, a potential installation of malware to grant long-term access to environments, or lateral movement inside the organization by the attacker.
March 22, 2021
CISO's Corner: The Microsoft Exchange Server Attacks Should Change Your Security Mindset
Hundreds of thousands of organizations are reported to have been affected by the Microsoft Exchange Server attacks. HAFNIUM, an advanced threat actor group assessed to be state-sponsored, and numerous other threat actors across the globe have been attacking organizations by exploiting critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Servers.
March 15, 2021
HAFNIUM, China Chopper and ASP.NET Runtime
The recent Microsoft Exchange Server zero-day exploits have seen tens of thousands of organizations compromised by HAFNIUM and numerous other threat actor groups. Working closely with our customers across the globe, we have quickly been able to identify and isolate attributes of those attacks – particularly the China Chopper web shell that is being uploaded to compromised IIS servers.
March 8, 2021
Trustwave's Action Response to the Microsoft Exchange Server Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Attacks
A Microsoft report indicated that the named vulnerabilities were being exploited in the wild by a new threat actor group Microsoft named HAFNIUM. According to Microsoft, HAFNIUM is a group assessed to be state-sponsored and operating out of China, based on observed victimology, tactics and procedures.
Trustwave Can Help
Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)
Trustwave DFIR services provide forensic and incident response services with human intelligence and unparalleled technology across four delivery regions. We have 24x7x365 direct on-call forensic, threat intelligence, and incident response capabilities that integrate with SOC operations. Trustwave can perform a deep investigation on your environment to find malicious activity.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
Leveraging our cloud-based cybersecurity platform Trustwave Fusion and industry-leading global threat intelligence capabilities from Trustwave SpiderLabs®, we integrate our services with your security environment and program. We provide you complete visibility across endpoint, network and cloud so that we can find threats quickly and eradicate them for you seamlessly.
Our human-driven approach employs Trustwave SpiderLabs® threat hunting experts with defense mindsets and hands-on experience conducting hundreds of threat hunts and investigations. When we find something, we work with you to respond with action.
Trustwave can perform all types of security testing, including network scans, standard and custom penetration tests, and retests to help you get a comprehensive understanding of your risk exposure and where your vulnerabilities reside.