Security Affairs newsletter Round 391

Pierluigi Paganini October 30, 2022

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Twilio discloses another security incident that took place in June
A massive cyberattack hit Slovak and Polish Parliaments
How will Twitter change under Elon Musk?
Multiple vulnerabilities affect the Juniper Junos OS
Google fixes a new actively exploited Chrome zero-day, it is the seventh one this year
Apple backports fixes for CVE-2022-42827 zero-day to older iPhones, iPads
New York Post hacked? No, the culprit is an employee
Raspberry Robin operators are selling initial access to compromised enterprise networks to ransomware gangs
Thomson Reuters collected and leaked at least 3TB of sensitive data
SiriSpy flaw allows eavesdropping on users’ conversations with Siri
British hacker arraigned for running The Real Deal dark web marketplace
OpenSSL to fix the second critical flaw ever
See Tickets discloses data breach, customers’ credit card data exposed
US charges Ukrainian man with Raccoon Infostealer operation
October 26, 2022  By Pierluigi Paganini   Posted In  Breaking News  Cyber Crime  Malware 
Two flaws in Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility client for Windows actively exploited
VMware fixes critical RCE in VMware Cloud Foundation
Experts disclosed a 22-year-old bug in popular SQLite Database library
Two PoS Malware used to steal data from more than 167,000 credit cards
Hive ransomware gang starts leaking data allegedly stolen from Tata Power
Dormant Colors campaign operates over 1M malicious Chrome extensions
Apple fixed the ninth actively exploited zero-day this year
Cuba ransomware affiliate targets Ukraine, CERT-UA warns
Norway PM warns of Russia cyber threat to oil and gas industry
Malicious Clicker apps in Google Play have 20M+ installs
Security experts targeted with malicious CVE PoC exploits on GitHub
Hackers stole sensitive data from Iran’s atomic energy agency
Wholesale giant METRO confirmed to have suffered a cyberattack

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Pierluigi Paganini

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