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Security Affairs newsletter Round 278

2020-08-23 07:16

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.

Ritz hotel diners were victims of a sophisticated scam
Sodinokibi ransomware gang stole 1TB of data from Brown-Forman
Texas man sentenced to 57 months for the hacking of a major tech firm in New York
CISA warns of phishing attacks delivering KONNI RAT
Technology giant Konica Minolta hit by a ransomware attack
Thousands of Canadian government accounts hacked, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat say
Critical flaw in Jenkins Server can cause information disclosure
Cruise line operator Carnival Corporation suffers a ransomware attack
TeamTNT is the first cryptomining bot that steals AWS credentials
Ukraine police and Binance dismantled a cyber gang behind $42M money laundering
A flaw in Concrete5 CMS could have allowed website takeover
Actively exploited CVE-2020-1464 Windows Spoofing flaw was known since 2018
FritzFrog cryptocurrency P2P botnet targets Linux servers over SSH
Over 6,000 email accounts belonging to Taiwan government agencies hacked by Chinese hacked
CISAs MAR warns of North Korean BLINDINGCAN RAT
CVE-2020-3446 default credentials bug exposes Cisco ENCS, CSP Appliances to hack
Experian South Africa discloses data breach, 24 million customers impacted
Google fixed email spoofing flaw 7 hours after public disclosure
Shared memory flaw in IBM Db2 can lead to Information Disclosure
Microsoft Out-of-Band security patch fixes Windows privilege escalation flaws
Mozilla offers rewards for Bypassing Firefox Exploit Mitigations
Steel sheet giant Hoa Sen Group hacked by Maze ransomware operators
University of Utah pays a $457,000 ransom to ransomware gang
ATM vendors Diebold and NCR fixed deposit forgery bugs
Hackers are targeting teleworkers with vishing campaign, CISA and FBI warn
Popular Freepik site discloses data breach impacting 8.3M users
Thousands of WordPress WooCommerce stores potentially exposed to hack

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Newsletter)

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