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Security Affairs newsletter Round 267

2020-06-07 10:04

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.

Anonymous demands justice for George Floyd and threatens attacks
ENISA published Proactive detection – Measures and information sources report
Over 100K+ WordPress sites using PageLayer plugin exposed to hack
Expert earns $100,000 for ‘Sign in with Apple authentication bypass bug
KingNull leaks DB of Daniels Hosting dark web hosting provider
The team behind the Joomla CMS discloses a data breach
VMware addresses Fusion flaw introduced in the attempt to fix CVE-2020-3950 issue
Apple fixes CVE-2020-9859 zero-day used in recent Unc0ver jailbreak
Critical flaw in VMware Cloud Director allows hackers to take over company infrastructure
IP-in-IP flaw affects devices from Cisco and other vendors
Sodinokibi ransomware operators leak files stolen from Elexon electrical middleman
There was no data breach in the cyberattack against Minneapolis Police
Russia-linked APT exploited at least 3 Exim flaws in recent attacks
Sodinokibi ransomware gang launches auction site to sell stolen data
Tor Browser 9.5 is available for download, with new interesting features
Two issues in Zoom could have allowed code execution
Cycldek APT targets Air-Gapped systems using the USBCulprit Tool
Hackers hijacked Coincheck ‘s domain registrar account and targeted some users
Large-scale campaign targets configuration files from WordPress sites
North Atlantic Council is warning of malicious cyber activities during COVID-19 pandemic
Cyber Defense Magazine – July 2020 has arrived. Enjoy it!
Google reveals that foreign hackers are already targeting Trump and Biden campaigns
Maze Ransomware leaks files of ST Engineering group
Multi-platform Tycoon Ransomware employed in targeted attacks
New Cyber Operation Targets Italy: Digging Into the Netwire Attack Chain
Student loan company that stole millions from consumers leaks sensitive phone calls, SSNs, tax records
Critical flaw could have allowed attackers to control traffic lights
eCh0raix ransomware is back and targets QNAP NAS devices again

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – newsletter, cybersecurity)

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