Horizon3 Attack Team Releases Veeam Backup & Replication Vulnerability POC

Horizon3 ATTACK Team Releases New Cross-Platform Exploit Code

The Horizon3 ATTACK Team has once again made headlines with the recent release of their new cross-platform code of exploit. The team, which is known for their repeated loud releases of POC-Eksplotov, published the exploit code on GitHub.

The new code exploits a typical vulnerability that is classified based on the type of vulnerability used, whether it is local or remote, and the result of the exploit, such as EOP, DOS, or Spulping. One particularly notable scheme for the explosion of the zero-day is the Exploit-A-A-Service.

The Horizon3 ATTACK Team has a well-established reputation in the world of cybersecurity, particularly for their exploits and botnets. Their latest release is expected to have significant repercussions for the industry, particularly for cross-platform systems.

As of now, it remains to be seen how the industry will respond to the latest exploit from the Horizon3 ATTACK Team. With this recent release, the team continues to establish itself as a powerful and prominent figure within the cybersecurity community.

Source: GitHub

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