Security Affairs newsletter Round 346

Pierluigi Paganini December 26, 2021

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New Rook Ransomware borrows code from Babuk
Omicron-themed phishing attacks spread Dridex and taunt with funeral helpline
Fisher Price Chatter Bluetooth Telephone 60G LTE has serious privacy issues
Experts warn of a new stealthy loader tracked as BLISTER
NVIDIA informs customers of its products affected by Log4j flaws
AvosLocker ransomware reboots in Safe Mode and installs tools for remote access
Crooks bypass a Microsoft Office patch for CVE-2021-40444 to spread Formbook malware
Three trivial bugs in Microsoft Teams Software remain unpatched
HackDHS bug bounty program accepts reports of Log4j-related flaws in DHS systems
A flaw in Microsoft Azure App Service exposes customer source code
CISA releases a scanner to identify web services affected by Apache Log4j flaws
Ubisoft discloses unauthorized access to ‘Just Dance’ user data
PYSA ransomware gang is the most active group in November
A new version of the Abcbot bot targets Chinese cloud providers
Russian national extradited to US for trading on stolen Information
Patch these 2 Active Directory flaws to prevent the takeover of Windows domains
More than 35,000 Java packages impacted by Log4j flaw, Google warns
Log4j Vulnerability Aftermath
DarkWatchman RAT uses Windows Registry fileless storage mechanism
Nation-state actors are exploiting Zoho zero-day CVE-2021-44515 since October, FBI warns
Belgian defense ministry hit by cyberattack exploiting Log4Shell bug
Alleged APT implanted a backdoor in the network of a US federal agency
A new attack vector exploits the Log4Shell vulnerability on servers locally
Clop ransomware gang is leaking confidential data from the UK police
TellYouThePass ransomware resurges and exploits Log4Shell in recent attacks

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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