Security Affairs newsletter Round 476 by Pierluigi Paganini – INTERNATIONAL EDITION

Pierluigi Paganini June 16, 2024

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London hospitals canceled over 800 operations in the week after Synnovis ransomware attack
DORA Compliance Strategy for Business Leaders
City of Cleveland still working to fully restore systems impacted by a cyber attack
Two Ukrainians accused of spreading Russian propaganda and hack soldiers’ phones
Google fixed an actively exploited zero-day in the Pixel Firmware
Multiple flaws in Fortinet FortiOS fixed
CISA adds Arm Mali GPU Kernel Driver, PHP bugs to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog
Ukraine Police arrested a hacker who developed a crypter used by Conti and LockBit ransomware operation
JetBrains fixed IntelliJ IDE flaw exposing GitHub access tokens
Microsoft Patch Tuesday security updates for June 2024 fixed only one critical issue
Cylance confirms the legitimacy of data offered for sale in the dark web
Arm zero-day in Mali GPU Drivers actively exploited in the wild
Expert released PoC exploit code for Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager flaw CVE-2024-29849. Patch it now!
Japanese video-sharing platform Niconico was victim of a cyber attack
UK NHS call for O-type blood donations following ransomware attack on London hospitals
Christie’s data breach impacted 45,798 individuals
Sticky Werewolf targets the aviation industry in Russia and Belarus
Frontier Communications data breach impacted over 750,000 individuals
PHP addressed critical RCE flaw potentially impacting millions of servers

International Press – Newsletter


O positive and O negative donors asked to urgently book appointments to give blood following London hospitals IT incident  

BlackBerry Cylance Data Offered for Sale on Dark Web  

They attacked a leading enterprise in the Netherlands and Belgium: the police exposed an accomplice of Russian hackers   

City of Cleveland Scrambling to Restore Systems Following Cyberattack



Ransomware Attackers May Have Used Privilege Escalation Vulnerability as Zero-day   

Operation Celestial Force employs mobile and desktop malware to target Indian entities

Dissecting SSLoad Malware: A Comprehensive Technical Analysis      

DISGOMOJI Malware Used to Target Indian Government   

Arid Viper poisons Android apps with AridSpy  


Bypassing Veeam Authentication CVE-2024-29849   

Updates for security issue affecting IntelliJ-based IDEs 2023.1+ and JetBrains GitHub Plugin   

Challenges in red teaming AI systems

The mystery of an alleged data broker’s data breach  

GPT-4 autonomously hacks zero-day security flaws with 53% success rate

EmailGPT Exposed to Prompt Injection Attacks           

Intelligence and Information Warfare 

Howling at the Inbox: Sticky Werewolf’s Latest Malicious Aviation Attacks  

Two Ukrainians suspected of helping Russia spread propaganda, hack military phones

Microsoft Chose Profit Over Security and Left U.S. Government Vulnerable to Russian Hack, Whistleblower Says  

Insights on Cyber Threats Targeting Users and Enterprises in Brazil        


Security Alert: CVE-2024-4577 – PHP CGI Argument Injection Vulnerability  

What Snowflake isn’t saying about its customer data breaches

Why are hospitals becoming more of a target for ransomware attacks  

Arm Warns of Actively Exploited Zero-Day Vulnerability in Mali GPU Drivers


Update on cyber incident: Clinical impact in south east London – Friday 14 June 2024  

Pierluigi Paganini

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