Cybersecurity Updates For Week 14 of 2022

Cado Discovers Denonia: The First Malware Specifically Targeting Lambda

Cado Labs routinely analyses cloud environments to look for the latest threats. As part of ongoing research, we found the first publicly-known case of malware specifically designed to execute in an AWS Lambda environment.

Read more:
https://www.cadosecurity.com/cado-discovers-denonia-the-first-malware-specifically-targeting-lambda/

VMware Patches Multiple Vulnerabilities in Workspace ONE, Identity and Lifecycle Manager and vRealize (VMSA-2022-0011)

VMware cautions organizations to patch or mitigate several serious vulnerabilities across multiple products.

Read more:
https://www.tenable.com/blog/vmware-patches-multiple-vulnerabilities-in-workspace-one-vmsa-2022-0011

Microsoft’s New Autopatch Feature to Help Businesses Keep Their Systems Up-to-Date

Microsoft last week announced that it intends to make generally available a feature called Autopatch as part of Windows Enterprise E3 in July 2022.

Read More:
https://thehackernews.com/2022/04/microsofts-new-autopatch-feature-to.html

Other news worth mentioning:

Google Play Bitten by Sharkbot Info-stealer ‘AV Solution’
Adobe Creative Cloud Experience makes it easier to run malware
Linux Systems Are Becoming Bigger Targets
The US is trying to fix medical devices’ big cybersecurity problem