SolarWinds has been updated to version 1.7.6.
The company has posted the update on its blog today, which comes a day after the company said it had received “the first reports of the Trojan Horse attack on SolarWind’s website.”
“This Trojan Horse is an update to version of the SolarWind product that includes the new Dragon software, and the Dragon is not affected by the vulnerability.
SolarWind has notified the relevant authorities and is investigating the matter,” the company wrote in a blog post.
The update comes after the Chinese security firm Trend Micro reported the Dragon software was compromised in January.
“We have identified a new vulnerability in the Dragon 1.5.2 beta software that could lead to a remote code execution vulnerability in all SolarWind products.
This vulnerability can be exploited by remote code injection, man-in-the-middle attacks and spear phishing attacks,” the security firm said in a press release.
In the meantime, the company has announced a fix for the issue.
A statement from the company reads:”We would like to inform all Solar Wind customers, partners and customers that the vulnerability has been fixed and is being patched by the vendor.”