Security Affairs newsletter Round 285

Pierluigi Paganini October 11, 2020

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HP Device Manager flaws expose Windows systems to hack
Visa shares details for two attacks on North American hospitality merchants
Australian social news platform leaks 80,000 user records
Experts warn of flaws in popular Antivirus solutions
Hackers stole a six-figure amount from Swiss universities
New Ttint IoT botnet exploits two zero-days in Tenda routers
Second-ever UEFI rootkit used in North Korea-themed attacks
SLOTHFULMEDIA RAT, a new weapon in the arsenal of a sophisticated threat actor
Fullz House hacked the website of Boom! Mobile provider to steal credit cards
Iran-linked APT is exploiting the Zerologon flaw in attacks
John McAfee has been arrested in Spain and is awaiting extradition
CISA alert warns of Emotet attacks on US govt entities
Indonesia Soon to Become the Fifth ASEAN Country to Adapt Data Privacy Laws
Kraken fileless attack technique abuses Microsoft Windows Error Reporting (WER)
New HEH botnet wipes devices potentially bricking them
Using a WordPress flaw to leverage Zerologon vulnerability and attack companies Domain Controllers
Data from Airlink International UAE leaked on multiple dark web forums
Food Delivery Service Chowbus hacked, more than 400K customer impacted
MontysThree threat actor targets Russian industrial organizations
QNAP addresses 2 critical flaws that can allow hackers to take over NASs
Cisco addresses three high-severity issues in Webex, IP Cameras and ISE
German tech firm Software AG hit by ransomware attack
Hacker who helped the ISIS will remain in US prison
NATO Chief calls for a new strategic to address new challenges
New MalLocker.B ransomware displays ransom note in innovative way
Carnival confirms data breach as a result of the August ransomware attack
Google enhances malware protection for accounts enrolled in Advanced Protection Program (APP)
Russian Cybercrime group is exploiting Zerologon flaw, Microsoft warns
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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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