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Security Affairs newsletter Round 296

2021-01-10 10:54

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box.

NCA arrested 21 customers of the WeLeakInfo service
Over 200 million records of Chinese Citizens for Sale on the Darkweb
Top data breaches of 2020 – Security Affairs
Apex Laboratory disclose data breach after a ransomware attack
British Court rejects the USs request to extradite Julian Assange
New alleged MuddyWater attack downloads a PowerShell script from GitHub
Experts linked ransomware attacks to China-linked APT27
Healthcare organizations faced a 45% increase in attacks since November
How to bypass the Google Audio reCAPTCHA with a new version of unCaptcha2 attack
New ElectroRAT employed in a wide-ranging operation targeting cryptocurrency users
Over 500,000 credentials for tens of gaming firm available in the Dark Web
Fake Trump sex video used to spread QNode RAT
FBI, CISA, ODNI and NSA blames Russia for SolarWinds hack
Google fixed a critical Remote Code Execution flaw in Android
Recently disclosed CVE-2020-29583 Zyxel flaw already under opportunistic attack
SolarWinds hackers had access to roughly 3% of US DOJ O365 mailboxes
WhatsApp will share your data with Facebook and its companies
FBI alert warns private organizations of Egregor ransomware attacks
Multiple flaws in Fortinet FortiWeb WAF could allow corporate networks to hack
North Korea-linked APT37 targets South with RokRat Trojan
Ryuk ransomware operations already made over $150M
US Govt kicked off ‘Hack the Army 3.0 bug bounty program
Ezuri memory loader used in Linux and Windows malware
Nvidia releases security updates for GPU display driver and vGPU flaws
Unsecured Git server exposed Nissan North America
Welcome Bureau of Cyberspace Security and Emerging Technologies (CSET)
Dassault Falcon Jet hit by Ragnar Locker ransomware gang
SolarWinds hackers also used common hacker techniques, CISA revealed
Twitter has permanently suspended the account of President Donald Trump

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Golang-based worm)

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