The latest update to the Mirth Connect tool by NextGen revealed a code execution vulnerability (CVE-2023-43208) in software versions pre-dating 4.4.1. According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) analysis, the tool, aimed at healthcare, primarily has versions dating back to 2015/16 at risk, specifically those versions on the internet. NextGen recommended an upgrade to the latest software version to combat the vulnerability.
A Trojan-Proxy, hidden in cracked software available on unauthorized websites, has been identified by cyber security researchers. The Trojan, capable of compromising devices, is distributed