Shitrix

We’re dung for! Hackers hit firms with ransomware by exploiting Shitrix flaw

The REvil (also known as Sodinokibi) ransomware is being planted on corporate networks by hackers exploiting the Shitrix flaw in Citrix servers.

Traffic jams could be worse than normal, because of the Shitrix vulnerability

Your trip into work today might be delayed by slippery roads, dense fog, and a Citrix vulnerability.

A free tool for detecting Shitrix-related compromises on your business network

Citrix has announced that it has teamed up with security researchers at FireEye to produce a free forensic tool which can help your business hunt for potential Indicators of Compromise related to the CVE-2019-19781 vulnerability.

Good news. Citrix delivers first patches to mop up Shitrix flaw that is being actively exploited

Over the weekend Citrix announced that its plans to release patches for critical vulnerabilities in its technology, used by tens of thousands of businesses worldwide, have significantly sped up.

Hackers are closing the Shitrix security hole to keep everyone out of Citrix servers apart from themselves

The hackers cleaning up Shitrix-vulnerable Citrix equipment are no modern day Robin Hoods.

They’re inoculating vulnerable devices from further Shitrix attacks, but at the same time opening a secret backdoor to allow future cybercriminal campaigns.

Shitrix: Hackers target unpatched Citrix systems over weekend

Over the last few days hackers have made multiple attempts to exploit a critical vulnerability found in Citrix technology, used by tens of thousands of businesses worldwide.

Take action to protect your systems now before the exploit hits you in the face.