Web: https://www.scmagazine.com/brief/email-security/windows-control-panel-executable-bug-leveraged-in-new-qbot-phishing-attacks

Nov. 21, 2022, 6:42 a.m. | SC Staff

SC Magazine feed for Strategy scmagazine.com

Threat actors have been exploiting a DLL hijacking vulnerability in the Windows 10 Control Panel executable in new phishing attacks deploying the QBot malware, also known as QakBot, reports BleepingComputer.

attacks bug control email security malware panel phishing phishing attacks qbot social engineering windows

Senior Cloud Security Engineer

@ HelloFresh | Berlin, Germany

Senior Security Engineer

@ Reverb | Remote, US

I.S. Security Analyst

@ YVFWC | Yakima, WA

Secure Key Infrastructure Development Security Engineer

@ Block | San Francisco, CA, United States

DevSecOps Engineer - TOP SECRET Clearance Required - Colorado Springs/Denver/Pueblo

@ Spry Squared, Inc. | Colorado Springs, CO, United States

C002548 Cyber Security Technical Support (NS) - FRI 9 Dec

@ EMW, Inc. | Mons, Wallonia, Belgium

Staff Information Security Engineer – Vulnerability Management

@ ServiceNow | Kirkland, Washington, United States

Staff Security Developer - FEDERAL Experience - PYTHON or JavaScript

@ ServiceNow | Kirkland, Washington, United States

Information Security Analyst

@ The Very Group | Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

PKI Engineer (Venafi)

@ NBCUniversal | Universal City, CALIFORNIA, United States

Governance Risk & Compliance (GRC) Analyst II (Entry Level)

@ Vericast | San Antonio, TX, United States

Hybrid Security Operations Networks Engineer

@ NECSWS | Nottingham, United Kingdom