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We aim to promote cybersecurity awareness to the people of Negara Brunei Darussalam

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Pilihan 95.9FM & 96.9FM

Catch up with the latest online threats and cyber advice on our radio segment Cyber Safe while you're on the go.



Monday & Wednesday at 7.15am

Tuesday & Thursday at 12.45pm

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Contact BruCERT for advise if you need help in dealing with a cyber security incident such as identity theft, cyberbullying, phishing, stalking, hacked email account, ransomware or malware.

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BruCERT offers cyber security awareness talks for schools and organizations throughout Brunei Darussalam. Our talks provide valuable information about online threats, cyber safety and include tips to keep private information secure.

Alerts & Advisories

Global IT Outage Caused by CrowdStrike Defective Update

19 Jul 2024

Recent major IT outages have impacted global users across sectors such as aviation, retail, communications, and banking. CrowdStrike has confirmed a widespread issue with its update causing Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) affecting Windows users. CrowdStrike is actively working on releasing an update to resolve the issue for machines with Windows and Falcon installed.

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OpenSSH Vulnerability - regreSSHion: Remote Code Execution (CVE-2024-6387)

2 Jul 2024

A critical vulnerability known as regreSSHion (CVE-2024-6387), has been discovered in OpenSSH, a widely used open-source implementation for secure network communication. This vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code with root privileges on Linux systems running OpenSSH servers.

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Cisco ASA Devices Backdoored Via Two Zero-Days (CVE-2024-20353 and CVE-2024-20359)

1 May 2024

Cisco has warned that two zero-day vulnerabilities in Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) and Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) firewalls are now actively exploited since November 2023 to breach government networks worldwide. The two vulnerabilities, namely CVE-2024-20353 and CVE-2024-20359, allow threat actors to deploy previously unknown malware and maintain persistence on compromised ASA and FTD devices.

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