June 4, 2023

[Information Security Daily]On March 15th, the Bank of Silicon Valley in the United States was facing a crisis of bankruptcy, which aroused global attention. Hackers took the opportunity to carry out phishing attacks

The collapse of a large bank has a wide range of impacts. Many users worry that their deposits will not be available, and it will also affect the capital turnover of their companies. Therefore, it has attracted great attention from all walks of life. Recently, Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) announced its bankruptcy. Hackers immediately registered a large number of domains and launched multiple phishing attacks as the situation changed. In addition to SVB-related attacks, several IT and OT companies have recently issued monthly software update announcements, which are also worthy of our attention. Manufacturers such as Microsoft, Adobe, SAP, Siemens, and Schneider Electric have released routine patches for this month in the past few days. It is worth noting that some of them are zero-day vulnerabilities that have occurred in attacks. Users should install relevant update software as soon as possible. .

Ewen Eagle

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