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Security Affairs newsletter Round 276

2020-08-09 15:20

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.

A critical flaw in wpDiscuz WordPress plugin lets hackers take over hosting account
FBI issued a flash alert about Netwalker ransomware attacks
Garmin allegedly paid for a decryptor for WastedLocker ransomware
QNAP urges users to update Malware Remover after QSnatch joint alert
Belarussian authorities arrested GandCrab ransomware distributor
Ghostwriter disinformation campaign aimed at discrediting NATO
Hackers stole €1.2m worth of cryptocurrency from 2gether
Havenly discloses data breach, 1.3M accounts available online
Reading the 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report
Maze Ransomware operators published data from LG and Xerox
NetWalker ransomware operators have made $25 million since March 2020
UberEats data leaked on the dark web
US govt agencies share details of the China-linked espionage malware Taidoor
Cyber Defense Magazine – August 2020 has arrived. Enjoy it!
Exclusive: TIMs Red Team Research finds 4 zero-days in WOWZA Streaming Engine product
Flaw in popular NodeJS ‘express-fileupload module allows DoS attacks and code injection
Hacker leaks passwords for 900+ Pulse Secure VPN enterprise servers
NSA releases a guide to reduce location tracking risks
FBI is warning of cyber attacks against Windows 7 systems that reached end-of-life
Hackers can abuse Microsoft Teams updater to deliver malicious payloads
Netwalker ransomware operators claim to have stolen data from Forsee Power
Did Maze ransomware operators steal 10 GB of data from Canon?
Google Threat Analysis Group took down ten influence operations in Q2 2020
Intel investigates security breach after the leak of 20GB of internal documents
Reddit massive hack: hackers defaced channels with pro-Trump messages
FBI warns of Iran-linked hackers attempting to exploit F5 BIG-IP flaw
Qualcomm and MediaTek Wi-Fi chips impacted by Kr00k-Like attacks

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – cyber security, newsletter)

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