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CDK Global Car Dealership Cyber Incidents, SolarWinds Serv-U CVE-2024-28995, Intel UEFI Vulnerability

In today’s episode, we delve into the “cyber incident” that has brought CDK Global’s systems to a standstill, impacting more than 15,000 car dealerships ( We also explore the active exploitation of a SolarWinds Serv-U path traversal vulnerability, urging urgent security updates ( Lastly, we examine the UEFI firmware vulnerability affecting multiple Intel CPUs, highlighting the critical need for immediate firmware updates (

00:00 Introduction

00:56 CDK Global Cyber Incident Cripples Dealerships

03:02 SolarWinds Serv-U Exploit: Immediate Patch Required

04:54 Phoenix SecureCore UEFI Vulnerability Hits Intel CPUs

Thanks to Jered Jones for providing the music for this episode.

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CDK Global, cyber incidents, car dealerships, customer data, SolarWinds, Serv-U, cybercriminals, UEFI, vulnerability, Intel, supply chain security, CVE-2024-28995, CVE-2024-0762

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