Atlassian orders customers to cut internet access to Confluence after critical bug discovered


Software company Atlassian has told Confluence users to either restrict the tool’s internet access or to cut it off entirely after it found a high-severity flaw that’s being exploited in the wild.

The collaboration tool (opens in new tab) has for multiple years been carrying a bug that allows threat actors to mount unauthenticated remote code execution attacks against target endpoints (opens in new tab), the company confirmed.



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