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Pierluigi Paganini February 21, 2024
New Redis miner Migo uses novel system weakening techniques

A new malware campaign targets Redis servers to deploy the mining crypto miner Migo on compromised Linux hosts. Caro Security researchers have observed a new malware campaign targeting Redis servers with a crypto miner dubbed Migo. The campaign stands out for the use of several novel system weakening techniques against the data store itself.  Migo […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 21, 2024
Critical flaw found in deprecated VMware EAP. Uninstall it immediately

VMware urges customers to uninstall the deprecated Enhanced Authentication Plugin (EAP) after the disclosure of a critical flaw CVE-2024-22245. VMware is urging users to uninstall the deprecated Enhanced Authentication Plugin (EAP) after the discovery of an arbitrary authentication relay flaw CVE-2024-22245 (CVSS score: 9.6). A threat actor could trick a domain user with EAP installed in […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 21, 2024
Microsoft Exchange flaw CVE-2024-21410 could impact up to 97,000 servers

Researchers from Shadowserver Foundation identified roughly 28,000 internet-facing Microsoft Exchange servers vulnerable to CVE-2024-21410. The vulnerability CVE-2024-21410 is a bypass vulnerability that can be exploited by an attacker to bypass the SmartScreen user experience and inject code to potentially gain code execution, which could lead to some data exposure, lack of system availability, or both. […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 20, 2024
ConnectWise fixed critical flaws in ScreenConnect remote access tool

ConnectWise addressed two critical vulnerabilities in its ScreenConnect remote desktop access product and urges customers to install the patches asap. ConnectWise warns of the following two critical vulnerabilities in its ScreenConnect remote desktop access product: Both vulnerabilities were reported on February 13, 2024, through the company vulnerability disclosure channel via the ConnectWise Trust Center. The […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 20, 2024
More details about Operation Cronos that disrupted Lockbit operation

Law enforcement provided additional details about the international Operation Cronos that led to the disruption of the Lockbit ransomware operation. Yesterday, a joint law enforcement action, code-named Operation Cronos, conducted by law enforcement agencies from 11 countries disrupted the LockBit ransomware operation. Below is the image of the Tor leak site of the Lockbit ransomware gang that […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 19, 2024
Operation Cronos: law enforcement disrupted the LockBit operation

An international law enforcement operation codenamed ‘Operation Cronos’ led to the disruption of the LockBit ransomware operation. A joint law enforcement action, code-named Operation Cronos, conducted by law enforcement agencies from 11 countries has disrupted the LockBit ransomware operation. Below is the image of the Tor leak site of the Lockbit ransomware gang that was […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 19, 2024
Anatsa Android banking Trojan expands to Slovakia, Slovenia, and Czechia

The Android banking trojan Anatsa resurged expanding its operation to new countries, including Slovakia, Slovenia, and Czechia. In November 2023, researchers from ThreatFabric observed a resurgence of the Anatsa banking Trojan, aka TeaBot and Toddler. Between November and February, the experts observed five distinct waves of attacks, each focusing on different regions. The malware previously focused […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 19, 2024
A Ukrainian Raccoon Infostealer operator is awaiting trial in the US

The Raccoon Infostealer operator, Mark Sokolovsky, was extradited to the US from the Netherlands to appear in a US court. In October 2020, the US Justice Department charged a Ukrainian national, Mark Sokolovsky (28), with computer fraud for allegedly infecting millions of computers with the Raccoon Infostealer. The man was held in the Netherlands, and he […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 19, 2024
Russia-linked APT TAG-70 targets European government and military mail servers exploiting Roundcube XSS

An APT group, tracked as TAG-70, linked to Belarus and Russia exploited XSS flaws in Roundcube webmail servers to target over 80 organizations. Researchers from Recorded Future’s Insikt Group identified a cyberespionage campaign carried out by an APT group, tracked as TAG-70, linked to Belarus and Russia. The nation-state actors are known to carry out […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 19, 2024
How BRICS Got “Rug Pulled” – Cryptocurrency Counterfeiting is on the Rise

Resecurity has identified an increasing trend of cryptocurrency counterfeiting, the experts found several tokens impersonating major brands, government organizations and national fiat currencies. Resecurity has identified an increasing trend of cryptocurrency counterfeiting. Ongoing brand protection for Fortune 100 companies by cybersecurity company uncovered several tokens impersonating major brands, government organizations and even national fiat currencies. […]