Security Affairs newsletter Round 264

Pierluigi Paganini May 17, 2020

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

Blue Mockingbird Monero-Mining campaign targets web apps
Shiny Hunters group is selling data from 11 companies on the Dark Web
Swiss rail vehicle manufacturer Stadler hit by a malware-based attack
ATM vendor Diebold Nixdorf suffered a Ransomware attack
Experts disclose security flaws in Oracles iPlanet Web Server
GDPR Data Security Checklist in the Age of COVID-19 and the Remote Workforce
Sodinokibi ransomware uses MS API to encrypt open and locked files
STAMINA, a new approach to malware detection by Microsoft, Intel
VMware is going to fix recent Salt issues in vROps
A cyber attack hit a port on Strait of Hormuz, Iran said
Adobe addresses critical issues in Acrobat, Reader, and DNG SDK
Patch now your vBulletin install before hacker will target your forum
Popular Page Builder WordPress plugin fixes critical issues. Update it now!
Trojan Lampion is back after 3 months
Zeus Sphinx continues to be used in Coronavirus-themed attacks
Chancellor Merkel has ‘hard evidence of Russian hackers targeted her
Crooks continues to use COVID-19 lures, Microsoft warns
Expert found 1,236 websites infected with Magecart e-skimmer
Healthcare giant Magellan Health discloses data breach after ransomware attack
Microsoft May 2020 Patch Tuesday fixes 111 flaws, 13 Critical
USCYBERCOM shares five new North Korea-linked malware samples
China-linked hackers are attempting to steal COVID-19 Vaccine Research
Crooks stole $10 million from Norways state investment fund Norfund
Google WordPress Site Kit plugin grants attacker Search Console Access
New Ramsay malware allows exfiltrating files from air-gapped computers
Zerodium will no longer acquire certain types of iOS exploits due to surplus
Chinese APT Tropic Trooper target air-gapped military Networks in Asia
Interserve UK defense contractor hacked, up to 100,000 past and present employees details exposed
Palo Alto Networks addresses tens of serious issues in PAN-OS
Russian APT Turlas COMpfun malware uses HTTP status codes to receive commands
Threat actors are offering for sale 550 million stolen user records
APT group targets high profile networks in Central Asia
Microsoft is open-sourcing COVID-19 threat intelligence
QNodeService Trojan spreads via fake COVID-19 tax relief

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – newsletter, hacking)

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