Security Affairs newsletter Round 358 by Pierluigi Paganini

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FCC adds Kaspersky to Covered List due to unacceptable risks to national securityAnonymous leaked 28GB of data stolen from the Central Bank of RussiaChrome emergency update fixes actively exploited a zero-day bugChinese threat actor Scarab targets Ukraine, CERT-UA warnsUK police arrested 7 alleged members of Lapsus$ extortion gangUS indicted 4 Russian government employees for attacks on critical infrastructureExperts explained how to hack a building controller widely adopted in RussiaAnonymous targets western companies still active in Russia, including Auchan, Leroy Merlin e Decathlon
VMware Issues Patches for Critical Flaws Affecting Carbon Black App Control
Anonymous claims to have hacked the Central Bank of RussiaOkta says 375 customers impacted by the hack, but Lapsus$ gang says it is lyingUkrainian enterprises hit with the DoubleZero wiperFBI warns of growing risks of Russia-linked attacks on US energy firmsChina-linked GIMMICK implant now targets macOSIt’s official, Lapsus$ gang compromised a Microsoft employee’s accountAnonymous hacked Nestlè and leaked 10 GB of sensitiveA new wave of DeadBolt Ransomware attacks hit QNAP NAS devicesThree critical RCE flaws affect hundreds of HP printer modelsLapsus$ extortion gang claims to have stolen sensitive data from OktaLapsus$ extortion gang leaked the source code for some Microsoft projectsSerpent backdoor targets French entities with high-evasive attack chainRussia-linked InvisiMole APT targets state organizations of UkraineLapsus$ gang claims to have hacked Microsoft source code repositoriesItaly’s data privacy watchdog investigates how Kaspersky manages Italian users’ dataHacker leaked a new version of Conti ransomware source code on TwitterDirtyMoe modules expand the bot using worm-like techniquesAnonymous leaked data stolen from Russian pipeline company TransneftMar 13- Mar 19 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict
EU and US agencies warn that Russia could attack satellite communications networks

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Pierluigi Paganini

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