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Security Affairs newsletter Round 253

2020-03-01 06:36

A new round of the weekly newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs

Google sued by New Mexico attorney general for collecting student data through its Education Platform
ISS reveals malware attack impacted parts of the IT environment
ObliqueRAT, a new malware employed in attacks on government targets in Southeast Asia
FBI recommends using passphrases instead of complex passwords
FireEye Mandiant M-Trends 2020 report: 500+ new Malware strains in 2019
Lampion malware v2 February 2020
Raccoon Malware, a success case in the cybercrime ecosystem
Slickwraps discloses data leak that impacted 850,000 user accounts
Decathlon Spain data leak exposed Spanish employees’ data & more
European Commission has chosen the Signal app to secure its communications
Experts discovered a new critical OpenSMTPD RCE flaw exploited in the wild
Google fixes Chrome zero-day flaw exploited in the wild
Hacking campaign targets sites running popular Duplicator WordPress plugin
South Korea suffers from the spread of people infected with Corona 19
Zyxel addresses Zero-Day vulnerability in NAS devices
Fbot re-emerged, the backstage
Kr00k Wi-Fi Encryption flaw affects more than a billion devices
New Cyber Attack Campaign Leverages the COVID-19 Infodemic
Reading Municipal Light Department, an electric utility in Massachusetts, hit by ransomware
Samsung leaked data of a few UK Customers
Silence Hacking Crew threatens Australian banks of DDoS attacks
Data on Detection of Malicious Documents in Gmail are impressive
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI reveals intruders stole its client list
Hunting the coronavirus in the dark web
Lampion malware origin servers geolocated in Turkey
New strain of Cerberus Android banking trojan can steal Google Authenticator codes
SQL Dump from popular Indian BGR tech site leaked online
Threat actors scan Internet for Vulnerable Microsoft Exchange Servers
All versions of Apache Tomcat are affected by the Ghostcat flaw
Cisco addresses vulnerabilities in FXOS, UCS Manager and NX-OS Software
NRC Health health care company hit with ransomware
Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram blocked in Turkey as Idlib military crisis escalates
Which are the most dangerous mobile app stores online?
Crooks are attempting to take over tens of thousands of WordPress sites
Sodinokibi Ransomware gang threatens to disclose data from Kenneth Cole fashion firm
US Railroad firm RailWorks discloses a data breach after a ransomware attack

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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