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Security Affairs newsletter Round 372 by Pierluigi Paganini

2022-07-03 13:22

A new round of the weekly Security Affairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs for free in your email box.

The role of Social Media in modern society – Social Media Day 22 interview
Experts shared PoC exploit code for RCE in Zoho ManageEngine ADAudit Plus tool
A ransomware attack forced publishing giant Macmillan to shuts down its systems
SessionManager Backdoor employed in attacks on Microsoft IIS servers worldwide
A long-running cryptomining campaign conducted by 8220 hackers now targets Linux servers
Pro-Russian hackers launched a massive DDoS attack against Norway
Korean cybersecurity agency released a free decryptor for Hive ransomware
Experts blame North Korea-linked Lazarus APT for the Harmony hack
Ex-Canadian government employee admits to being a member of the Russian cybercrime gang NetWalker
YTStealer info-stealing malware targets YouTube content creators
Path Traversal flaw in UnRAR utility can allow hacking Zimbra Mail servers
Mitre shared 2022 CWE Top 25 most dangerous software weaknesses
RansomHouse gang claims to have stolen 450GB of data from chip maker giant AMD
NON-STATE ACTORS IN THE CYBERSPACE: AN ATTEMPT TO A TAXONOMIC CLASSIFICATION, ROLE, IMPACT AND RELATIONS WITH A STATE’S SOCIOECONOMIC STRUCTURE
ZuoRAT malware hijacks SOHO Routers to spy in the vitims
LockBit 3.0 introduces important novelties, including a bug bounty program
Latest OpenSSL version is affected by a remote memory corruption flaw
Two critical flaws affect CODESYS ICS Automation Software
The government of Lithuania confirmed it had been hit by an intense cyberattack
New Matanbuchus Campaign drops Cobalt Strike beacons
Cyberattack halted the production at the Iranian state-owned Khuzestan Steel company
Ukrainian telecommunications operators hit by DarkCrystal RAT malware
Threat actors stole $100M in crypto assets from Harmony
Threat actors sell access to tens of vulnerable networks compromised by exploiting Atlassian 0day
Security Affairs newsletter Round 371 by Pierluigi Paganini
China-linked APT Bronze Starlight deploys ransomware as a smokescreen
Russia-linked actors may be behind an explosion at a liquefied natural gas plant in Texas

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Zyxel)

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