Threat Signal

The Threat Signal created by the FortiGuard Labs is intended to provide you with insight on emerging issues that are trending within the cyber threat landscape. The Threat Signal will provide concise technical details about the issue, mitigation recommendations and a perspective from the FortiGuard Labs team in an FAQ style format.

Whether it’s significant vulnerability disclosures including high profile zero days, coordinated announcements with Cyber Threat Alliance partners, malware of significance, or any threat making the news cycle, FortiGuard Threat Signals are there for you.

Today, the OpenSSL Project released a new version of OpenSSL (v3.0.7). Last week's early announcement indicated at first t...

Oct 31, 2022 TLP Level: Threat Level: HIGH ID: 84
FortiGuard Labs is aware of a report that a new ransomware strain called Prestige was being distributed in an attack campa...

Oct 17, 2022 TLP Level: Threat Level: HIGH ID: 82
FortiGuard Labs is aware of reports that a vulnerability affecting Zimbra Collaboration Suite (CVE-2022-41352) is a newly ...

Oct 11, 2022 TLP Level: Threat Level: HIGH ID: 80
On October 6, 2022, the National Security Agency (NSA), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and Feder...

Oct 07, 2022 TLP Level: Threat Level: HIGH ID: 79
FortiGuard Labs is aware that the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently added CVE-2022-36804 (Atl...

Oct 04, 2022 TLP Level: Threat Level: HIGH ID: 76