Security Affairs newsletter Round 389

Pierluigi Paganini October 16, 2022

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New PHP Version of Ducktail info-stealer hijacks Facebook Business accounts
Palo Alto Networks fixed a high-severity auth bypass flaw in PAN-OS
Indian power generation giant Tata Power hit by a cyber attack
Experts disclose technical details of now-patched CVE-2022-37969 Windows Zero-Day
WIP19, a new Chinese APT targets IT Service Providers and Telcos
Experts released PoC exploit code for critical bug CVE-2022-40684 in Fortinet products
DJI drone tracking data exposed in the US
China-linked Budworm APT returns to target a US entity
Cloudflare blocked a 2.5 Tbps DDoS attack aimed at the Minecraft server
The discovery of Alchimist C2 tool, revealed a new attack framework to target Windows, macOS, and Linux systems
POLONIUM APT targets Israel with a new custom backdoor dubbed PapaCreep
YoWhatsApp, unofficial WhatsApp Android app spreads the Triada Trojan
Aruba fixes critical vulnerabilities in EdgeConnect Enterprise Orchestrator
Microsoft Patch Tuesday for October 2022 doesn’t fix Exchange Server flaws
VMware has yet to fix CVE-2021-22048 flaw in vCenter Server disclosed one year ago
LockBit affiliates compromise Microsoft Exchange servers to deploy ransomware
Caffeine, a new Phishing-as-a-Service toolkit available in the underground
Experts analyzed the evolution of the Emotet supply chain
DeepFakes Are The Cybercriminal Economy’s Latest Business Line
Toyota discloses accidental leak of some customers’ personal information
CVE-2022-40684 flaw in Fortinet products is being exploited in the wild
Pro-Russia group KillNet targets US airports
The head of the Federal Cyber Security Authority (BSI) faces dismissal
Dark web carding site BidenCash gives 1.2M payment cards for free
Harvard Business Publishing licensee hit by ransomware
Everest gang demands $200K for data stolen from South Africa state-owned electricity company ESKOM
CommonSpirit hospital chains hit by ransomware, patients are facing problems
Lloyd’s of London investigates alleged cyber attack

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Pierluigi Paganini

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