Security Affairs newsletter Round 358 by Pierluigi Paganini

Pierluigi Paganini March 20, 2022

A new round of the weekly Security Affairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box.

If you want to also receive for free the newsletter with the international press subscribe here.

EU and US agencies warn that Russia could attack satellite communications networks
Avoslocker ransomware gang targets US critical infrastructure
Crooks claims to have stolen 4TB of data from TransUnion South Africa
Exotic Lily initial access broker works with Conti gang
Emsisoft releases free decryptor for the victims of the Diavol ransomware
China-linked threat actors are targeting the government of Ukraine
Caketap, a new Unix rootkit used to siphon ATM banking data
Red TIM Research (RTR) team discovers a bug on Ericsson Network Manager
Russia-linked Cyclops Blink botnet targeting ASUS routers
Microsoft releases open-source tool for checking MikroTik Routers compromise
node-ipc NPM Package sabotage to protest Ukraine invasion
Anonymous continues to support Ukraine against the Russia
SolarWinds Warns of Attacks Targeting Web Help Desk Users
Ukraine SBU arrested a hacker who supported Russia during the invasion
B1txor20 Linux botnet use DNS Tunnel and Log4J exploit
Russia’s disinformation uses deepfake video of Zelenskyy telling people to lay down arms
CISA adds 15 new flaws to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
Russia-linked threats actors exploited default MFA protocol and PrintNightmare bug to compromise NGO cloud
Hacker breaches key Russian ministry in blink of an eye
CVE-2022-0778 DoS flaw in OpenSSL was fixed
Critical flaws affect Veeam Data Backup software
The German BSI agency recommends replacing Kaspersky antivirus software
Dirty Pipe Linux flaw impacts most QNAP NAS devices
CaddyWiper, a new data wiper hits Ukraine
A massive DDoS attack hit Israel, government sites went offline
Ukraine is using Clearview AI’s facial recognition during the conflict
Anonymous claims to have hacked German subsidiary of Russian energy giant Rosneft
Brazilian trojan impacting Portuguese users and using the same capabilities seen in other Latin American threats
Russia-Ukraine cyber conflict poses critical infrastructure at risk
Anonymous sent a message to Russians: “remove Putin”
The hidden C2: Lampion trojan release 212 is on the rise and using a C2 server for two years
Mar 06- Mar 12 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict
LockBit ransomware group claims to have hacked Bridgestone Americas

Follow me on Twitter: @securityaffairs and Facebook

[adrotate banner=”9″][adrotate banner=”12″]

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

[adrotate banner=”5″]

[adrotate banner=”13″]

you might also like

leave a comment