A bunch of universities hold been attacked recently. Not all attacks are related to the Moodle vulnerability described in this account (e.g., all the Accellion-related university breaches), but the Moodle vulnerability worth noting and addressing if it applies to your uni. chase Williams reports: At the beginning of october 2020, the Wizcase cyber research team, led by Ata Hakcil, discovered a surety vulnerability in the open-source learning platform Moodle. Anyone who had an account on a given schools Moodle (with TeX filter enabled) could then submit over students accounts, professors, and even the accounts managed by the platform administrators. Moodle is an open-source educational platform used by 179,000 sites and has 242 million users. It allows universities to deal content to students and teachers. It allows teachers to easily communicate with students, devise and carry links, documents, assignments, quizzes, and grades. show more on Wizcase.