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Security Affairs newsletter Round 286

2020-10-18 06:41

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.

Hackers targeted the US Census Bureau network, DHS report warns
Tyler Technologies finally paid the ransom to receive the decryption key
Underestimating the FONIX – Ransomware as a Service could be an error
APT groups chain VPN and Windows Zerologon bugs to attack US government networks
Microsoft partnered with other security firms to takedown TrickBot botnet
Researchers found alleged sensitive documents of NATO and Turkey
Researchers received $288,500 for 32 out of 55 issues reported to Apple
Adobe addresses a critical security flaw in Adobe Flash Player
Five Eyes nations plus India and Japan call for encryption backdoor once again
IoT Cybersecurity: 5 Major Vulnerabilities and How to Tackle Them
Leading Law firm Seyfarth Shaw discloses ransomware attack
Microsoft October 2020 Patch Tuesday fixes 87 flaws, including 21 RCEs
The British government aims at improving its offensive cyber capability
German authorities raid the offices of the FinFisher surveillance firm
Google researcher found BleedingTooth flaws in Linux Bluetooth
Norway blames Russia for cyber attack on Parliament
Talos experts disclosed unpatched DoS flaws in Allen-Bradley adapter
The G7 expresses its concern over ransomware attacks
Crooks hit Puerto Rico Firefighting Department Servers
Egregor ransomware gang leaked data alleged stolen from Ubisoft, Crytek
Iran acknowledged cyberattacks on two governmental departments
U.S. Bookstore giant Barnes & Noble hit by cyberattack
Zoom now supports end-to-end encrypted (E2EE) calls
Adobe fixes Magento flaws that can lead to code execution
Almost 800,000 SonicWall VPN appliances online are vulnerable to CVE-2020-5135
Breach at Dickeys Barbecue Pit compromises 3 million Cards
Britains information commissioner fines British Airways for 2018 Hack
Juniper fixes tens of flaws affecting the Junos OS

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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