Security Affairs newsletter Round 376 by Pierluigi Paganini

Pierluigi Paganini July 31, 2022

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CISA orders to patch an actively exploited flaw in Confluence servers
Microsoft experts linked the Raspberry Robin malware to Evil Corp operation
Strong Authentication – Robust Identity and Access Management Is a Strategic Choice
Exploitation is underway for a critical flaw in Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center
Malware-laced npm packages used to target Discord users
Akamai blocked the largest DDoS attack ever on its European customers
LibreOffice fixed 3 flaws, including a code execution issue
Threat actors use new attack techniques after Microsoft blocked macros by default
ENISA provides data related to major telecom security incidents in 2021
European firm DSIRF behind the attacks with Subzero surveillance malware
Spain police arrested two men accused of cyber attacks on radioactivity alert network (RAR)
Attackers increasingly abusing IIS extensions to establish covert backdoors
DUCKTAIL operation targets Facebook’s Business and Ad accounts
The strange similarities between Lockbit 3.0 and Blackmatter ransomware
U.S. increased rewards for info on North Korea-linked threat actors to $10 million
Threat actors leverages DLL-SideLoading to spread Qakbot malware
Zero Day attacks target online stores using PrestaShop
CosmicStrand, a new sophisticated UEFI firmware rootkit linked to China
Flaws in FileWave MDM could have allowed hacking +1000 organizzations
Lockbit ransomware gang claims to have breached the Italian Revenue Agency
Amadey malware spreads via software cracks laced with SmokeLoader
Drupal developers fixed a code execution flaw in the popular CMS
Is APT28 behind the STIFF#BIZON attacks attributed to North Korea-linked APT37?
Security Affairs newsletter Round 375 by Pierluigi Paganini
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