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Security Affairs newsletter Round 266

2020-05-31 06:45

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.

Experts observed a spike in COVID-19 related malspam emails containing GuLoader
Silent Night Zeus botnet available for sale in underground forums
The Florida Unemployment System suffered a data breach
Voter information for 2 millions of Indonesians leaked online
25 million Mathway user records available for sale on the dark web
Online education site EduCBA discloses data breach and reset customers pwds
Personal details and documents for millions of Indians available in the deep web
Unc0ver is the first jailbreak that works on all recent iOS versions since 2014
3 hacking forums have been hacked and database have been leaked online
Cisco fixed a critical issue in the Unified Contact Center Express
Crooks hacked e-shops and threaten to sell SQL databases if ransom not paid
Maze ransomware operators leak credit card data from Costa Ricas BCR bank
Ragnar Ransomware encrypts files from virtual machines to evade detection
Bugs in open-source libraries impact 70% of modern software
Hangzhou could permanently adopt COVID-19 contact-tracing app
New Turla ComRAT backdoor uses Gmail for Command and Control
StrandHogg 2.0 Android flaw affects over 1 Billion devices
Boris Johnson to reduce Huaweis role in national 5G network
Fuckunicorn ransomware targets Italy in COVID-19 lures
Grandoreiro Malware implements new features in Q2 2020
Microsoft warns about ongoing PonyFinal ransomware attacks
Real estate app leaking thousands of user records and sensitive private messages
Researchers dismantled ShuangQiang gangs botnet that infected thousands of PCs
The evolution of ransomware in 2019: attackers think bigger, go deeper and grow more advanced
Google TAG report Q1 details about nation-state hacking and disinformation
Israel s national cyber chief warns of rising of cyber-warfare
Ke3chang hacking group adds new Ketrum malware to its arsenal
NSA warns Russia-linked APT group is exploiting Exim flaw since 2019
Security breach impacted Cisco VIRL-PE infrastructure
Valak a sophisticated malware that completely changed in 6 months
An archive with 20 Million Taiwanese citizens leaked in the dark web
Himera and AbSent-Loader Leverage Covid19 lures
ICT solutions provider NTT Com discloses security breach
Octopus Scanner Malware: open source supply chain attack via NetBeans projects on GitHub
Steganography in targeted attacks on industrial enterprises in Japan and Europe
A new COVID-19-themed campaign targets Italian users
A New York man was charged with stealing credit card data via SQL Injection attacks
API Security and Hackers: Whats the Need?
NetWalker ransomware gang threatens to release Michigan State University files

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – newsletter, hacking)

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