Cuba ransomware uses Veeam exploit against critical U.S. organizations


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May 4, 2019
The Cuba ransomware gang has been observed in attacks targeting critical infrastructure organizations in the United States and IT firms in Latin America, using a combination of old and new tools.
BlackBerry's Threat Research and Intelligence team, which spotted the latest campaign in early June 2023, reports that Cuba now leverages CVE-2023-27532 to steal credentials from configuration files
The particular flaw impacts Veeam Backup & Replication (VBR) products, and an exploit for it has been available since March 2023.
Previously, WithSecure reported that FIN7, a group with multiple confirmed affiliations with various ransomware operations, was actively exploiting CVE-2023-27532.

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