Security Affairs newsletter Round 363 by Pierluigi Paganini
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Microsoft Azure flaws could allow accessing PostgreSQL DBs of other customersEmotet tests new attack chain in low volume campaignsPro-Russian group Killnet launched DDoS attacks on Romanian govt sitesAnonymous hacked Russian PSCB Commercial Bank and companies in the energy sectorHurry up, disable AFP on your QNAP NAS until the vendor fixes 8 bugsIt’s Called BadUSB for a ReasonOngoing DDoS attacks from compromised sites hit UkraineBumblebee, a new malware loader used by multiple crimeware threat actorsCISA published 2021 Top 15 most exploited software vulnerabilitiesCloudFlare blocked a record HTTPs DDoS attack peaking at 15 rps
Russia-linked threat actors launched hundreds of cyberattacks on UkraineUS Department of State offers $10M reward for info to locate six Russian Sandworm membersLinux Nimbuspwn flaws could allow attackers to deploy sophisticated threatsWind Turbine giant Deutsche Windtechnik hit by a professional CyberattackConti ransomware operations surge despite the recent leakIran-linked APT Rocket Kitten exploited VMware bug in recent attacksCISA adds new Microsoft, Linux, and Jenkins flaws to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogStormous ransomware gang claims to have hacked Coca-ColaNorth Korea-linked APT37 targets journalists with GOLDBACKDOORAnomaly Six, a US surveillance firm that tracks roughly 3 billion devices in real-time
Iran announced to have foiled massive cyberattacks on public servicesBlackCat Ransomware gang breached over 60 orgs worldwideExperts warn of a surge in zero-day flaws observed and exploited in 2021Atlassian addresses a critical Jira authentication bypass flawSince declaring cyber war on Russia Anonymous leaked 5.8 TB of Russian dataApr 17 – Apr 23 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict
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