Security Affairs newsletter Round 345

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TellYouThePass ransomware resurges and exploits Log4Shell in recent attacksWestern Digital customers have to update their My Cloud devices to latest firmware versionApache releases the third patch to address a new Log4j flaw1.8 Million customers of four sports gear sites impacted by credit cards breachConti ransomware gang exploits Log4Shell bug in its operationsVMware fixes critical SSRF flaw in Workspace ONE UEM ConsolePhorpiex botnet is back, in 2021 it $500K worth of crypto assetsPseudoManuscrypt, a mysterious massive cyber espionage campaignFlaws in Lenovo laptops allow escalating to admin privilegesWhile attackers begin exploiting a second Log4j flaw, a third one emerges
Multiple Nation-State actors are exploiting Log4Shell flaw
Owowa, a malicious IIS Server module used to steal Microsoft Exchange credentialsFBI’s investigation accidentally revealed the HelloKitty ransomware gang operates out of UkraineMicrosoft December 2021 Patch Tuesday fixes an actively exploited zero-dayIran-linked Seedworm APT targets Telecoms organizations across the Middle East and AsiaDHS announces its ‘Hack DHS’ bug bounty programAdobe addresses over 60 vulnerabilities in multiple productsHackers exploit Log4Shell to drop Khonsari Ransomware on Windows systemsUS CISA orders federal agencies to fix Log4Shell by December 24thGoogle fixed the 17th zero-day in Chrome since the start of the year
TinyNuke banking malware targets French organizations

Practical coexistence attacks on billions of WiFi chips allow data theft and traffic manipulationCISA adds Log4Shell Log4j flaw to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogLog4Shell was in the wild at least nine days before public disclosureTwo Linux botnets already exploit Log4Shell flaw in Log4jQuebec shuts down thousands of sites as disclosure of the Log4Shell flawRussian national sentenced to 48 months in prison for helping Kelihos Botnet to evade detectionA phishing campaign targets clients of German banks using QR codes

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Pierluigi Paganini

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