Security Affairs newsletter Round 298

Pierluigi Paganini January 24, 2021

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Critical flaws in Orbit Fox WordPress plugin allows site takeover
EMA said that hackers manipulated stolen documents before leaking them
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500K+ records of C-level people from Capital Economics leaked online
Apple paid a $50,000 bounty to two bug bounty hunters for hacking its hosts
German laptop retailer fined €10.4m under GDPR for video-monitoring employees
OpenWRT forum hacked, intruders stole user data
President Bidens Peloton exercise equipment under scrutiny
Rob Joyce is the new NSA Cyber Director
FreakOut botnet target 3 recent flaws to compromise Linux devices
Malwarebytes ‘s email systems hacked by SolarWinds attackers
Raindrop, a fourth malware employed in SolarWinds attacks
Vishing attacks conducted to steal corporate accounts, FBI warns
FireEye releases an auditing tool to detect SolarWinds hackers activity
Livecoin halted operations after the December attack
Logic bugs found in popular apps, including Signal and FB Messenger
Cisco fixed multiple flaws in Cisco SD-WAN products and Smart Software Manager Satellite Web UI
Dovecat crypto-miner is targeting QNAP NAS devices
Experts warn of scanning activity for critical SAP SolMan flaw after the release of exploit
Passwords stolen via phishing campaign available through Google search
SolarWinds Attack: Microsoft sheds lights into Solorigate second-stage activation
Abusing Windows RDP servers to amplify DDoS attacks
Data of 2 million MyFreeCams users sold on a hacker forum
Drupal fixed a new flaw related PEAR Archive_Tar library
FSB warns Russian businesses of cyber attacks as retaliation for SolarWinds hack
KindleDrip exploit – Hacking a Kindle device with a simple email
ADT employee pleads guilty for accessing cameras installed by the company
MrbMiner cryptojacking campaign linked to Iranian software firm
Security firm SonicWall was victim of a coordinated attack

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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