Windows Zero-Day Vulnerability CVE-2023-28252 Exploited by Nokoyawa Ransomware Group


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A zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft Windows system, which also affects Windows 11, has been employed in a ransom operation identified by Kaspersky.

The Nokoyawa ransomware group has used CVE-2023-28252 in recent attacks against businesses in the Middle East, North America, and Asia regions.

Kaspersky has detected five distinct but similar exploits utilized by threat actors to target industries such as retail and wholesale, energy, manufacturing, healthcare, and software development.

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