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Security Affairs newsletter Round 272

2020-07-12 03:59

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CISA warns organizations of cyberattacks from the Tor network
Cisco Talos discloses technicals details of Chrome, Firefox flaws
Huawei faces 5G ban from Britishs 5G network within months
Former Yahoo! employee who accessed 6K accounts avoids jail
North Korean Lazarus APT stole credit card data from US and EU stores
Snake Ransomware isolates infected Systems before encrypting files
Threat actors are attempting to exploit recently fixed F5 BIG-IP flaw
Authors of Purple Fox EK adds 2 Microsoft exploits
New release of Lampion trojan spreads in Portugal with some improvements on the VBS downloader
Project Freta, a free service that allows finding malware in OS memory snapshots
Ransomware infected systems at Xchanging, a DXC subsidiary
Unsecured Chinese companies leak users sensitive personal and business data
DOJ indicts Fxmsp hacker for selling access to hacked businesses
Malicious app in Google Play used to deliver Cerberus Banking Trojan
SentinelOne released free decryptor for ThiefQuest ransomware
Threat actors found a way to bypass mitigation F5 BIG-IP CVE-2020-5902 flaw
15 billion credentials available in the cybercrime marketplaces
Google Tsunami vulnerability scanner is now open-source
Joker malware apps bypassed Googles Play Store security checks
Palo Alto Networks addresses another high severity issue in PAN-OS devices
Zoom is working on a patch for a zero-day in Windows client
Juniper Networks addressed many issues in its products
KingComposer fixes a reflected XSS impacting 100,000 WordPress sites
Pre-Installed malware spotted on other Android phones sold in US
Researchers found allegedly intentional backdoors in FTTH devices from Chinese vendor C-Data
Evilnum Group targets European and British fintech companies
Hackers are scanning the web for vulnerable Citrix systems
CISA warns organizations of cyberattacks from the Tor network
Cisco Talos discloses technicals details of Chrome, Firefox flaws
Huawei faces 5G ban from Britishs 5G network within months
Security Affairs newsletter Round 271
Former Yahoo! employee who accessed 6K accounts avoids jail
North Korean Lazarus APT stole credit card data from US and EU stores
Snake Ransomware isolates infected Systems before encrypting files
Threat actors are attempting to exploit recently fixed F5 BIG-IP flaw
Authors of Purple Fox EK adds 2 Microsoft exploits
New release of Lampion trojan spreads in Portugal with some improvements on the VBS downloader
Project Freta, a free service that allows finding malware in OS memory snapshots
Ransomware infected systems at Xchanging, a DXC subsidiary
Unsecured Chinese companies leak users sensitive personal and business data
DOJ indicts Fxmsp hacker for selling access to hacked businesses
Malicious app in Google Play used to deliver Cerberus Banking Trojan
SentinelOne released free decryptor for ThiefQuest ransomware
Threat actors found a way to bypass mitigation F5 BIG-IP CVE-2020-5902 flaw
15 billion credentials available in the cybercrime marketplaces
Google Tsunami vulnerability scanner is now open-source
Joker malware apps bypassed Googles Play Store security checks
Palo Alto Networks addresses another high severity issue in PAN-OS devices
Zoom is working on a patch for a zero-day in Windows client
Juniper Networks addressed many issues in its products
KingComposer fixes a reflected XSS impacting 100,000 WordPress sites
Pre-Installed malware spotted on other Android phones sold in US
Researchers found allegedly intentional backdoors in FTTH devices from Chinese vendor C-Data
Evilnum Group targets European and British fintech companies
Hackers are scanning the web for vulnerable Citrix systems

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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