Security Affairs newsletter Round 374 by Pierluigi Paganini

Pierluigi Paganini July 17, 2022

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

Critical flaw in Netwrix Auditor application allows arbitrary code execution
CISA urges to fix multiple critical flaws in Juniper Networks products
Threat actors exploit a flaw in Digium Phone Software to target VoIP servers
Tainted password-cracking software for industrial systems used to spread P2P Sality bot
Experts warn of attacks on sites using flawed Kaswara Modern WPBakery Page Builder Addons
Holy Ghost ransomware operation is linked to North Korea
RedAlert, LILITH, and 0mega, 3 new ransomware in the wild 
Mantis botnet powered the largest HTTPS DDoS attack in June
The new Retbleed speculative execution attack impacts both Intel and AMD chips
Former CIA employee Joshua Schulte was convicted of Vault 7 massive leak
Microsoft published exploit code for a macOS App sandbox escape flaw
VMware fixed a flaw in vCenter Server discovered eight months ago
Qakbot operations continue to evolve to avoid detection
Three UEFI Firmware flaws found in tens of Lenovo Notebook models
Large-scale AiTM phishing campaign targeted +10,000 orgs since 2021
The President of European Central Bank Christine Lagarde targeted by hackers
Flaws in the ExpressLRS Protocol allow the takeover of drones
Microsoft announced the general availability of Windows Autopatch feature
Cloud-Based Cryptocurrency mining attacks abuse GitHub Actions and Azure VM
A fake job offer via LinkedIn allowed to steal $540M from Axie Infinity
Anubis Networks is back with new C2 server
BlackCat (aka ALPHV) Ransomware is Increasing Stakes up to $2,5M in Demands
Experts warn of the new 0mega ransomware operation
Experts demonstrate how to unlock several Honda models via Rolling-PWN attack
French telephone operator La Poste Mobile suffered a ransomware attack

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Pierluigi Paganini

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