SonicWall made available a critical patch for two vulnerabilities in its Secure Mobile Access 100 series products featuring 10.x firmware. (SonicWall)

SonicWall today made available a critical patch for two vulnerabilities in its Secure Mobile Access 100 series products featuring 10.x firmware, which malicious actors exploited in a cyberattack against the infosec firm last month. 

Days after SonicWall disclosed the incident on Jan. 22, researchers with the NCC Group on Jan. 31 and Feb. 2 confirmed the presence of the two bugs, enabling the development of a fix. One flaw consists of an exploit that enables admin credential access, and the other is a remote code execution attack.

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