SolarWinds and some of its top executives have been hit with a class action lawsuit by stockholders in the wake of the cyberattack that infiltrated the supply chain through its Orion management software. ("SolarWinds letters" by sfoskett is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Researchers at Trustwave reported three new vulnerabilities in SolarWinds products – the latest hurdle for the first company linked to a massive espionage campaign that breached government agencies and private sector firms.

The vulnerabilities, which have been already been patched, included a remote code execution flaw in Orion that required only network access. That flaw allows hackers to use an improperly installed Microsoft Messaging Queue to send commands for a server to execute.

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