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The following supplementary research provides an analysis of the exploitation of resolved N-Day Fortinet vulnerabilities. "N-Day vulnerabilities" refer to known vulnerabilities for which a patch or fix is available but for which organizations have not yet resolved via patching.

Fortinet continues to urge all customers to take immediate action to review the guidance, assess whether affected, and if appropriate, upgrade their FortiGate devices as advised, and follow Fortinet's public advisories.

Fortinet diligently balances our commitment to the security of our customers and our culture of researcher collaboration and transparency.

In our ongoing communications and work with our customers and third-party public and private partners, we have been able to collect malware samples and, in some cases, related network traffic specific to these vulnerabilities and collaborate with these organizations to share our analysis and advised recommended actions with our customers and the global cyber ecosystem.

Python Info-Stealer Distributed By Malicious Excel Document
Fortinet News, Monday, February 5th, 2024
In January 2024, FortiGuard Labs obtained an Excel document distributing an info-stealer. From the fingerprints in this attack, it is related to a Vietnamese-based group that was first reported on in August 2023 and again in September.

The attack stages before the info-stealer are simple downloaders that increase the difficulty of detection. This article introduces each stage in this attack and provides a glimpse into the world behind the malware campaign.

Fortinet, a global cybersecurity leader driving the convergence of networking and security, today announced financial results for the fourth quarter of 2023 and full year ended December 31, 2023.

'In the fourth quarter of 2023, Security Operations billings grew 44% year over year and SASE billings increased 19% year over year, driven by our successful sales strategy shift and the improved execution of our sales teams,' said Ken Xie, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fortinet. 'Our platform strategy is resonating with enterprises worldwide as we are a leader in Secure Networking and are the #1 firewall vendor for units shipped with FortiGates accounting for over half of the global deployment. Fortinet is well-positioned to consolidate the security capabilities of our over half a million customers onto our integrated FortiOS operating system, which encompasses over 30 networking and security functions spanning on-premises and cloud environments.'

FortiGate Rugged 70G with 5G Dual Modem delivers industry-leading secure networking features in a ruggedized, compact form factor ideal for industrial environments and remote ATMs

Fortine announced a new compact, ruggedized appliance explicitly built to deliver enhanced secure networking capabilities and 5G connectivity to operational technology (OT) environments. Backed by the latest, fifth-generation Fortinet Security Processing Unit (SP5), the FortiGate Rugged 70G with 5G Dual Modem provides unparalleled networking performance, cutting-edge FortiGuard AI-Powered Security Services, and high availability through a 5G dual modem to address a variety of use cases in harsh, remote environments, including full-service remote ATMs within the banking industry.

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