March 27, 2024, 11:02 a.m. | Zeljka Zorz

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Attackers are leveraging a vulnerability (CVE-2023-48022) in Anyscale’s Ray AI software to compromise enterprise servers and saddle them with cryptominers and reverse shells. “To our knowledge, the attack started 7 months ago,” Avi Lumelsky, a researcher at Oligo Security, told Help Net Security. “We observed hundreds of compromised clusters in the past three weeks alone. Each cluster uses a public IP address, and most clusters contain hundreds to thousands of servers. There are hundreds of … More →

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