Security Affairs newsletter Round 385

Pierluigi Paganini September 25, 2022

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ISC fixed high-severity flaws in the BIND DNS software
Ukraine: SSU dismantled cyber gang that stole 30 million accounts
London Police arrested a teen suspected to be behind Uber, Rockstar Games breaches
Sophos warns of a new actively exploited flaw in Firewall product
Anonymous claims to have hacked the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense
CISA adds Zoho ManageEngine flaw to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog
Surge in Magento 2 template attacks exploiting the CVE-2022-24086 flaw
Australian Telecoms company Optus discloses security breach
AttachMe: a critical flaw affects Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
A 15-Year-Old Unpatched Python bug potentially impacts over 350,000 projects
Atlassian Confluence bug CVE-2022-26134 exploited in cryptocurrency mining campaign
A disgruntled developer is the alleged source of the leak of the Lockbit 3.0 builder
Over 39K unauthenticated Redis services on the internet targeted in cryptocurrency campaign
Hackers stole $160 Million from Crypto market maker Wintermute
U.S. gov adds more Chinese Telecom firms to the Covered List
Imperva blocked a record DDoS attack with 25.3 billion requests
Russian Sandworm APT impersonates Ukrainian telcos to deliver malware
Uber believes that the LAPSUS$ gang is behind the recent attack
Analyzing IP Addresses to Prevent Fraud for Enterprises
American Airlines disclosed a data breach
IT giants warn of ongoing Chromeloader malware campaigns
Revolut security breach: data of +50,000 users exposed
Alleged Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA6) gameplay videos and source code leaked online
TeamTNT is back and targets servers to run Bitcoin encryption solvers
Experts warn of critical flaws in Flexlan devices that provide WiFi on airplanes
Netgear Routers impacted by FunJSQ Game Acceleration Module flaw
Uber says there is no evidence that users’ private information was compromised

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Pierluigi Paganini

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