Security Affairs newsletter Round 344

Pierluigi Paganini December 12, 2021

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Western Digital SanDisk SecureAccess flaws allow brute force and dictionary attacks
New ‘Karakurt’ cybercrime gang focuses on data theft and extortion
Cybereason released Logout4Shell, a vaccine for Log4Shell Apache Log4j RCE
Volvo Cars suffers a data breach. Is it a ransomware attack?
Australian ACSC warns of Conti ransomware attacks against local orgs
A zero-day exploit for Log4j Java library could have a tsunami impact on IT giants
1.6 million WordPress sites targeted in the last couple of days
Dark Mirai botnet spreads targeting RCE on TP-Link routers
Mozilla fixed high-severity bugs in Firefox and Thunderbird mail client
Crooks injects e-skimmers in random WordPress plugins of e-stores
Tens of malicious NPM packages caught hijacking Discord servers
Moobot botnet spreads by exploiting CVE-2021-36260 flaw in Hikvision products
Microsoft Vancouver leaking website credentials via overlooked DS_STORE file
SonicWall strongly urges customers to apply patches to SMA 100 devices
CS Energy foiled a ransomware attack
Emotet directly drops Cobalt Strike beacons without intermediate Trojans
Google disrupts the Glupteba botnet
Bitcoin Miner [oom_reaper] targets QNAP NAS devices
Microsoft seized 42 domains used by the China-linked APT15 cyberespionage group
Nobelium continues to target organizations worldwide with custom malware
Nobelium APT targets French orgs, French ANSSI agency warns
330 SPAR stores close or switch to cash-only payments after a cyberattack
DMEA Colorado electric utility hit by a disruptive cyberattack
Threat actors stole more than $150 million worth of cryptocurrency tokens from BitMart platform
Hackers are sending receipts with anti-work messages to businesses’ printers
Magnat malvertising campaigns spreads malicious Chrome extensions, backdoors and info stealers
Hundreds of vulnerabilities in common Wi-Fi routers affect millions of users
German BSI agency warns of ransomware attacks over Christmas holidays

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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