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Security Affairs newsletter Round 277

2020-08-16 15:15

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.

Homoglyph attacks used in phishing campaign and Magecart attacks
Remotely hack a Mercedes-Benz E-Class is possible, experts demonstrated
US OCC imposed an $80 Million fine to Capital One for 2019 hack
INTERNET BLOCKING IN MYANMAR – SECRET BLOCK LIST AND NO MEANS TO APPEAL
NCSC Director warns of interference on elections tied to Russia, China, Iran
Nefilim ransomware operators claim to have hacked the SPIE group
Spying on satellite internet comms with a $300 listening station
Adobe Acrobat and Reader affected by critical flaws
Avaddon ransomware operators have launched their data leak site
Flaws in ‘Find My Mobile exposed Samsung phones to hack
Researcher discloses exploit code for a vBulletin zero-day
TeamViewer flaw can allow hackers to steal System password
Agent Tesla includes new password-stealing capabilities from browsers and VPNs
Citrix fixed flaws in XenMobile that will be likely exploited soon
City of Lafayette (Colorado) paid $45,000 ransom after ransowmare attack
Microsoft August 2020 Patch Tuesday fixed actively exploited zero-days
SANS Institute Email Breach – 28,000 User Records exposed
FBI and NSA joint report details APT28s Linux malware Drovorub
Israel announced to have foiled an attempted cyber-attack on defence firms
Microsoft failed to fix LSASS elevation of privilege flaw
Rent a hacker: Group-IB uncovers corporate espionage group RedCurl
Threat actors managed to control 23% of Tor Exit nodes
Chinese APT CactusPete targets military and financial orgs in Eastern Europe
Maze ransomware gang leaked Canon USAs stolen files
North Koreas Lazarus compromised dozens of organizations in Israel
Threat actor leaked data for U.S. gun exchange site on hacking forum
Threat Report Portugal: Q2 2020
Emotet malware employed in fresh COVID19-themed spam campaign
PoC exploit code for two Apache Struts 2 flaws available online
XCSSET Mac spyware spreads via Xcode Projects

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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