Security Affairs newsletter Round 286

Pierluigi Paganini October 25, 2020

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FIN11 gang started deploying ransomware to monetize its operations
Iran-linked Silent Librarian APT targets universities again
Microsoft released out-of-band Windows fixes for 2 RCE issues
QQAAZZ crime gang charged for laundering money stolen by malware gangs
Alexander Vinnik, the popular cyber criminal goes on trial in Paris
Fooling self-driving cars by displaying virtual objects
GravityRAT malware also targets Android and macOS
Hackers claim to have compromised 50,000 home cameras and posted footage online
New Emotet campaign uses a new ‘Windows Update attachment
The forum of the popular Albion Online game was hacked
How Automation can help you in Managing Data Privacy
MMO game Street Mobster leaking data of 1.9 million users due to critical vulnerability
Nefilim ransomware gang published Luxottica data on its leak site
NSA details top 25 flaws exploited by China-linked hackers
Pay it safe: Group-IB aids Paxful in repelling a series of web-bot attacks
U.S. Charges Russia GRU Intelligence Officers for notorious attacks, including NotPetya
Adobe releases a new set of out-of-band patches for its products
Chrome 86.0.4240.111 fixes actively exploited CVE-2020-15999 zero-day
Hackers are targeting CVE-2020-3118 flaw in Cisco devices
Microsoft took down 120 of 128 Trickbot servers in recent takedown
Sweden bans Huawei and ZTE from building its 5G infrastructure
Cisco addresses 17 high-severity flaws in security appliances
ENISA Threat Landscape Report 2020
EU Council sanctions two Russian military intelligence officers over 2015 Bundestag hack
Taiwanese vendor QNAP issues advisory on Zerologon flaw
VMware fixes several flaws in its ESXi, Workstation, Fusion and NSX-T
FBI and CISA joint alert blames Russias Energetic Bear APT for US government networks hack
Iran-Linked Seedworm APT target orgs in the Middle East
Sopra Steria hit by the Ryuk ransomware gang
US whistleblower Edward Snowden received permanent residency by Russian authorities
US Treasury imposes sanctions on a Russian research institute behind Triton malware
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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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