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Published on January 25th, 2021 | by NJ Ouchn

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Top 10 Most Exploited Vulnerabilities in 2020

We delved into the tons of vulnerability intelligence data we accumulated over the years. I love to see patterns as I firmly believe that there will be always someone out there that will give these data a meaning

Here is the list of Top Ten Severe Security Vulnerabilities for year 2020. We have relied on our vFeed vulnerability database indicators to create the list based on the following criteria:

  • Number proof-of-concepts per vulnerability
  • Ease of exploitability
  • High popularity ratio
  • Weaponization of the exploit
  • Malware based campaigns

1- CVE-2020-0796 : Windows SMBv3 Client/Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
(codename: SMBGhost)

2- CVE-2020-5902: F5 Networks BIG-IP TMUI RCE vulnerability

3- CVE-2020-1472: Microsoft Netlogon Elevation of Privilege
(codename: Zerologon)

4- CVE-2020-0601: Windows CryptoAPI Spoofing Vulnerability
(codename: CurveBall)

5- CVE-2020-14882: Oracle WebLogic Server RCE

6- CVE-2020-1938: Apache Tomcat AJP File Read/Inclusion Vulnerability
(codename: GhostCat)

7- CVE-2020-3452: Cisco ASA and Firepower Path Traversal Vulnerability

8- CVE-2020-0688: Microsoft Exchange Server Static Key Flaw Could Lead to Remote Code Execution

9- CVE-2020-16898: Windows TCP/IP Vulnerability
(codename: Bad Neighbor)

10- CVE-2020-11651: SaltStack RCE Authentication Bypass

10- CVE-2020-1350: Critical Windows DNS Server RCE.
(codename: SIGRed)

If you are interested by our vFeed Vulnerability Intelligence indicators of the Top 2020 Most Exploited Vulnerabilities in JSON files, please drop us an email (support at vfeed.io ) so we can send you a copy.


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