Security Affairs newsletter Round 427 by Pierluigi Paganini – International edition

Security Affairs newsletter Round 427 by Pierluigi Paganini – International edition

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Google addressed 3 actively exploited flaws in Android
Iran-linked APT TA453 targets Windows and macOS systems
Bangladesh government website leaked data of millions of citizens
A man has been charged with a cyber attack on the Discovery Bay water treatment facility
Progress warns customers of a new critical flaw in MOVEit Transfer software
CISA and FBI warn of Truebot infecting US and Canada based organizations
Cisco warns of a flaw in Nexus 9000 series switches that allows modifying encrypted traffic
StackRot, a new Linux Kernel privilege escalation vulnerability
Ransomware accounts for 54% of cyber threats in the health sector
CVE-2022-29303 flaw in SolarView product can be exploited in attacks against the energy sector
RedEnergy Stealer-as-a-Ransomware employed in attacks in the wild
The Port of Nagoya, the largest Japanese port, suffered a ransomware attack
NoName(057)16’s DDoSia Project’s gets an upgrade
Swedish data protection authority rules against the use of Google Analytics
MOVEit attack on Aon exposed data of the staff at the Dublin Airport
Neo_Net runs eCrime campaign targeting clients of banks globally
Hackers stole millions of dollars worth of crypto assets from Poly Network platform
335,923 out of 489,337 Fortinet firewalls vulnerable to CVE-2023-27997
Anonymous Sudan claims to have stolen 30 million Microsoft’s customer accounts
SmugX: Chinese APT uses HTML smuggling to target European Ministries and embassies
The Impacts of Data Loss on Your Organization
CISA adds Samsung and D-link bugs to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog
New Windows Meduza Stealer targets tens of crypto wallets and password managers
Experts detected a new variant of North Korea-linked RUSTBUCKET macOS malware
WordPress sites using the Ultimate Member plugin are under attack


Malvertising Used as Entry Vector for BlackCat, Actors Also Leverage SpyBoy Terminator  

Neo_Net | The Kingpin of Spanish eCrime  

The #Port of #Nagoya, the largest Japanese port, suffered a #ransomware attack

Tracy Resident Charged With Computer Attack On Discovery Bay Water Treatment Facility  


The DPRK strikes using a new variant of RUSTBUCKET 

Meduza Stealer: What Is It & How Does It Work? 

Ransomware Redefined: RedEnergy Stealer-as-a-Ransomware attacks  

MAR-10445155-1.v1 Truebot Activity Infects U.S. and Canada Based Networks


CVE-2023-27997 Is Exploitable, and 69% of FortiGate Firewalls Are Vulnerable  

Dublin Airport staff pay data ‘compromised’ by criminals 

Following NoName057(16) DDoSia Project’s Targets  

Actively Exploited Industrial Control Systems Hardware – SolarView Series   

Intelligence and Information Warfare


Welcome to New York: Exploring TA453’s Foray into LNKs and Mac Malware  


Four companies must stop using Google Analytics  

Health Threat Landscape  

Researchers Uncover New Linux Kernel ‘StackRot’ Privilege Escalation VulnerabilityBangladesh government website leaks citizens’ personal data

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Pierluigi Paganini

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