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Monday Mix: Spring4Shell has finally sprung

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By: Sara Faradji

April 18, 2022

Hi Cybrary fans!

The only things certain in life this week are taxes (for those of you in the United States) and new vulnerabilities. Check out all the courses in our CVE series to get ahead of the game in learning how to defend your organization against all the latest security flaws!

New Course:

CVE Series: Spring4Shell by Matt Mullins

If you're wondering who should take this course, all red teamers, blue teamers, and purple teamers should get ready to “spring” into action. Now you can learn to exploite and mitigate the remote code execution vulnerability on everyone's minds this season. Take our Spring4Shell (CVE-2022-22965) course to get the hands-on training you'll need to protect your environment against this critical vulnerability impacting Java apps built on the popular Spring Framework.

This vulnerability allows attackers to execute commands that are parsed directly from the HTTP request body provided to the server, and results in remote code execution on the system. YIKES! And this course is excellent for those who want to learn to protect against this critical vulnerability or exploit it in their own testing activities. Enroll today to start learning.

The Cybrary Podcast:

The Okta security breach has gained considerable attention since the company's public disclosure of the attack on March 22nd, 2022. On this episode of the Cybrary Podcast, listen to the thoughtful advice of Cybrary's CEO, Kevin Hanes, and Senior Director of Content, Will Carlson, as they discuss how all organizational stakeholders can align on incident response strategies in response to critical incidents.

The Okta Breach and Cyber Risk Management with Cybrary CEO Kevin Hanes | The Cybrary Podcast Ep. 81

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