In this first quarter of 2024, threat actors have been particularly busy in exploiting vulnerabilities (0-days but also old unpatched flaws) targeting traditional remote access technologies such as VPN concentrators.

In the following timeline you will find a list of the known vulnerabilities exploited so far. As you will notice in most cases they were exploited by state-sponsored threat actors.

List of Remote Acess CVEs 30-05-2024
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