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Anonymous leaked 15 GB of data allegedly stolen from the Russian Orthodox Church
UK Police charges two teenagers for their alleged role in the Lapsus$ extortion group
Beastmode Mirai botnet now includes exploits for Totolink routers
Ukraine intelligence leaks names of 620 alleged Russian FSB agents
Critical CVE-2022-1162 flaw in GitLab allowed threat actors to take over accounts
Trend Micro fixed high severity flaw in Apex Central product management console
Anonymous targets oligarchs’ Russian businesses: Marathon Group hacked
AcidRain, a wiper that crippled routers and modems in Europe
Zyxel fixes a critical bug in its business firewall and VPN devices
CISA adds Sophos firewall bug to Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
Flaws in Wyze cam devices allow their complete takeover
Apple issues emergency patches to fix actively exploited zero-days
Google TAG details cyber activity with regard to the invasion of Ukraine
Anonymous hacked Russian Thozis Corp, but denies attacks on Rosaviatsia
Mysterious disclosure of a zero-day RCE flaw Spring4Shell in Spring
Bad OPSEC allowed researchers to uncover Mars stealer operation
A critical RCE vulnerability affects SonicWall Firewall appliances
CISA and DoE warns of attacks targeting UPS devices
Lapsus$ extortion gang claims to have hacked IT Giant Globant
Threat actors actively exploit recently fixed Sophos firewall bug
$625M stolen from Axie Infinity ‘s Ronin bridge, the largest ever crypto hack
Compromised WordPress sites launch DDoS on Ukrainian websites
CISA adds Chrome, Redis bugs to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
What is credential stuffing? And how to prevent it?
Ukrtelecom, a major mobile service and internet provider in Ukraine, foiled a “massive” cyberattack that hit its infrastructure
Anonymous is working on a huge data dump that will blow Russia away
Hive ransomware ports its encryptor to Rust programming language
Muhstik Botnet Targeting Redis Servers Using Recently Disclosed Vulnerability
While Twitter suspends Anonymous accounts, the group hacked VGTRK Russian Television and Radio
GhostWriter APT targets state entities of Ukraine with Cobalt Strike Beacon 
Shopping trap: The online stores’ scam that hits users worldwide
Sophos Firewall affected by a critical authentication bypass flaw
Mar 20- Mar 26 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict
Security Affairs newsletter Round 358 by Pierluigi Paganini
Western Digital addressed a critical bug in My Cloud OS 5
CISA adds 66 new flaws to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog

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Pierluigi Paganini

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