NEWS: Junho (20/06 - 26/06) - 25 Semana de 2021

Cyber Security News !!!

26/06


Cybersecurity: REvil Ransomware Gang Strikes Again, Attacks FCUK Fashion Label - TechTimes


Defending Against Email Threats That Don’t Involve Malware - Business World


Hackers attack Olympics computer system - Prensa Latina


Inside the Mind of Cybercriminals – How Threat Actors Think - IT News Africa


Mercedes-Benz USA Announces Data Breach Affecting Customers and Prospective Buyers - TechNadu


Microsoft, the group behind the SolarWinds breach attacked Customer Service - Codelist


Microsoft admits to signing rootkit malware in supply-chain fiasco - Bleeping Computer


Microsoft Discloses New Customer Hack Linked to Solar Winds Cyber ​​Attackers - Eminetra


Microsoft Says SolarWinds Hackers Are Still Actively Targeting American Firms - TechNadu


The 10 Biggest Cyber Attacks In History - Albawaba

25/06


30 million Dell devices affected by BIOSConnect code execution bugs - HackRead


6 official Python repositories plagued with cryptomining malware - HackRead


A rise in ransomware threatens America’s critical infrastructure - Security Infowatch


Agencies Combat Ransomware in Digital Health - Government CIO


AWS BugBust Aims to Fix One Million Vulnerabilities Globally - InfoSecurity


Anglesey cyber-attack affects island's five secondaries - BBC News


Anglesey schools offline after cyber attack - Computer Weekly


Bank Fraud: Hackers Using Both Gozi, Cerberus Malware - Bank Info Security


Business Email Compromise (BEC) Scams Sparked by Remote Working, Research Says - MSSP Alert


Cisco ASA Bug Now Actively Exploited as PoC Drops - ThreatPost


Cloud Database Exposes 800M+ WordPress Users' Records - InfoSecurity


Corporate fraud expected to rise in the next 12 months - Consulting


Crackonosh malware abuses Windows Safe mode to quietly mine for cryptocurrency - ZDNet


Cryptocurrency Scam: Hackers Are Using Free Games to Slip Mining Malware Into Your System - Tech Times


Cyberattack traffic targeting video game industry surged during the pandemic - Help Net Security


Cybersecurity firm Technisanct identifies data breach in leading online trading platform - The Week


Data breach in trading platform has put millions of customers at risk - Business Standard


Data of 500K patients accessed, stolen after eye clinic ransomware attack - SC Magazine


Data-Wiping Malware Hit a Large Number of Western Digital ‘My Book Live’ Disks - TechNadu


Dell SecureAssist contained RCE flaw allowing miscreants to remotely reflash your BIOS with code of their creation - The Register


DOD Wants Partners to Up Their Cybersecurity Game, Official Says - US Dept Of Defense


Double-dipping ransomware attacks on the rise in Canada - Mobilesyrup


DreamHost hosting firm exposed almost a billion sensitive records - HackRead


FBI Report Finds 300% Rise in Cybercrime Due To Pandemic - Tech Zone 360


FIN7 ‘Pen Tester’ Headed to Jail Amid $1B in Payment-Card Losses - ThreatPost


FIN7 Supervisor Gets 7-Year Jail Term for Stealing Millions of Credit Cards - The Hacker News


Hackers Crack Pirated Games with Cryptojacking Malware - ThreatPost


How Banks can Manage Enterprise Risk Amid Rise in Cyberattacks - Global Bank & Finance Review


How to protect critical infrastructure from ransomware attacks - The Bulletin


Hoya Optical Labs Notifies Consumers of Healthcare Ransomware Attack - The Bulletin


Implementing zero trust architecture in BYOD environments - Federal News Network


'It's evil' Ransomware attack on hospital system in Savannah is part of a growing trend - Savannah Now


Judson ISD Still Investigating Last Week's Ransomware Attack - Woai IHeart News


Malware-as-a-Service is a Booming Business - InfoSecurity


Mercedes-Benz Customer Data Flies Out the Window - ThreatPost


Mercedes-Benz data breach exposes SSNs, credit card numbers - Bleeping Computer


Mercedes-Benz USA accidentally puts out data from nearly 1,000 customers - Saltwire


Most Healthcare Organizations Expect to Be Ransomware Targets - Health IT Security


Newly Discovered Dell Bugs Impact 30 Million PCs - InfoSecurity


NFC flaws let researchers hack an ATM by waving a phone - ARS Technica


Open Source Security Flaws Exist in 70% Of Applications, 80% Of Libraries Are Never Updated - CPO Magazine


Over 1B CVS Health records exposed online - Digital Journal


Over 26,000 Impacted by Ransomware at Texas School District - Government Technology


Over 220,000 Computers Infected by XMRig Malware Downloaded as Game Cracks - TechNadu


Prominent ‘FIN7’ Hacking Group Member Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison - TechNadu


Public sector organisations left vulnerable by ransomware attacks, cybersecurity expert urges measures for stronger protection - ITWire


Ransomware Attackers Shared Personal Information, Tulsa Officials Say - Insurance Journal


Ransomware-as-a-service business model takes a hit in the aftermath of the Colonial Pipeline attack - TechRepublic


Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Warns Residents Of Text Message Phishing Scam - Patch


Sophisticated hackers are targeting these Zyxel firewalls and VPNs - ZDNet


Tesspring suffers data breach, causing leak of more than 8.2 million user details! - TDH


Texarkana rebounding from ransomware attack that crippled municipal computers - KSLA News


Third-party identity risk management, compliance, or both? - Help Net Security


This phishing campaign could really blow up in the face of the attackers - TechRadar Pro


U.K. Police Seize $160 Million In Cryptocurrency In Money Laundering Investigation - Forbes


UK’s most popular hotel brands putting customers at risk of email fraud - Intelligent CIO


US Secret Service Releases 'Most Wanted' Cyber Fugitive List - BankInfoSecurity


What Is Angler Phishing and How Can You Avoid Falling Victim? - Make Use Of


24/06


A Google Drive security update will break some of your shared links - Bleeping Computer


Amazon launching global competition to find and fix 1 million software bugs - ZDNet


Australia: Minister considers Labor's ransomware bill - Blue Mountains Gazette


BIOSConnect code execution bugs impact millions of Dell devices - ZDNet


BIOS Disconnect: New High-Severity Bugs Affect 128 Dell PC and Tablet Models - The Hacker News


Combatting OpSec threats to our COVID-19 vaccination efforts: What can we do? - Help Net Security


Critical Auth Bypass Bug Affects VMware Carbon Black App Control - The Hacker News


Cybersecurity firms battle DMCA rules over good-faith research - ZDNet


Cyberstalking tendencies in modern day relationships - Help Net Security


Digital identity verification spend to reach $16.7 billion in 2026 - Help Net Security


Gas Station Sues Colonial Pipeline for Gas Crisis From Ransomware Attack - Insurance Journal


Google warns: Watch out, this security update could break links to your Drive files - ZDNet


How to convince your boss that cybersecurity includes Active Directory - Help Net Security


It takes less than one hour to exploit vulnerable container infrastructure - Help Net Security


‘Made in Oregon’ Discloses Massive Security Breach Exposing Customer Credit Cards - TechNadu


Microsoft's security tool can now spot rogue devices on your network - ZDNet


MITRE D3FEND: Enabling cybersecurity pros to tailor defenses against specific cyber threats - Help Net Security


Most third-party libraries are never updated after being included in a codebase - Help Net Security


One-click account takeover vulnerabilities in Atlassian domains patched - ZDNet


One-Click Exploit Could Have Let Attackers Hijack Any Atlassian Account - The Hacker News


Phishing attack's unusual file attachment is a double-edged sword - Bleeping Computer


Ransomware: Now gangs are using virtual machines to disguise their attacks - ZDNet


Reduce Business Risk By Fixing 3 Critical Endpoint-to-Cloud Security Requirements - The Hacker News


RIP: Internet Explorer will be disabled in Windows 11 - Bleeping Computer


The human cost of ransomware: Disruption to Irish health service will continue for months - ZDNet


Tulsa warns residents that police citations and reports leaked to Dark Web after Conti ransomware attack - ZDNet


UnitingCare Queensland update on ransomware infection - The Weekly Source


US brokerage firms warned of 'FINRA Support' phishing attacks - Bleeping Computer


What 2020 taught us about changing cybersecurity tactics and trends - BIT (Business IT)


What are the Wider Implications of Ransomware Payments? - Digit


What is the impact of remote work on security best practices? - Help Net Security


23/06


500,000 patients suffered due to data breach at Wolfe eye clinic - TDH


Antivirus creator John McAfee reportedly found dead in prison cell - Bleeping Computer


ChaChi: a new GoLang Trojan used in attacks against US schools - ZDNet


Clop ransomware is back in business after recent arrests - Bleeping Computer


Councils Reported Over 700 Data Breaches in 2020 - InfoSecurity


Cyber-attack Exposes Eye Clinic Patient Data - InfoSecurity


Defense supply chain vulnerabilities creating security gaps - Help Net Security


El fundador del antivirus McAfee, John McAfee, se suicida en una prisión de Barcelona - El Pais


Employee Privacy Gap Discovered - InfoSecurity


Gaming Industry Experiences 340% Spike in Web App Attacks - InfoSecurity


'Golpe do PIX agendado': entenda o boato que circula nas redes sociais - G1 Tecnologia


Healthcare giant Grupo Fleury hit by REvil ransomware attack - Bleeping Computer


IT leaders say cybersecurity funding being wasted on remote work support: survey - ZDNet


It’s time for companies to take a hard look at how they manage secrets - Help Net Security


LV ransomware operators repurposed a REvil binary to launch a new RaaS - Security Affairs


Microsoft warns: Now attackers are using a call centre to trick you into downloading ransomware - ZDNet


MITRE adds D3FEND defensive cybersecurity techniques to ATT&CK Framework - Security Affairs


MITRE unveils ATT&CK Workbench sharing tool and NSA-backed D3FEND - ZDNet


Mr. Double’s Operator Jailed - InfoSecurity


MyRepublic targets enterprise, cybersecurity markets in Singapore - ZDNet


Nearly 10% of SMB Defense Contractors Show Evidence of Compromise - InfoSecurity


NordVPN Completed Aggressive Security Audit by VerSprite With No Worrying Findings - TechNadu


Only 7% of security leaders are reporting to the CEO - Help Net Security


Pakistan-linked hackers targeted Indian power company with ReverseRat - The Hacker News


Patch Tor Browser Bug to Prevent Tracking of Your Online Activities - The Hacker News


PYSA ransomware backdoors education orgs using ChaChi malware - Bleeping Computer


Ransomware: entenda como o vírus é usado em extorsões e saiba como se proteger - G1 Tecnologia


Ransomware decreases as cybercriminals hit more lucrative targets - Help Net Security


Scammer arrested for phishing operation, sent 25,000 texts in a day - Bleeping Computer


Shame culture is the biggest roadblock to increasing security posture - Help Net Security


SonicWall finally fixed a flaw resulting from a partially patched 2020 zero-day - Security Affairs


The paradox of post-quantum crypto preparedness - Help Net Security


Tulsa warns of data breach after Conti ransomware leaks police citations - Bleeping Computer


VMware fixes authentication bypass in Carbon Black App Control - Bleeping Computer


22/06


76% of IT decision makers more vulnerable to mobile attacks than just a year ago - Help Net Security


A ransomware attack disrupted the IT network of the City of Liege - Security Affairs


Average time to fix critical cybersecurity vulnerabilities is 205 days: report - ZDNet


Best practices for IT teams to prevent ransomware attacks - Help Net Security


Biden is worried about cybersecurity. Japan says watch cartoons - ZDNet


Brave launches its privacy-focused no-tracking search engine - Bleeping Computer


Can blockchain and MPC technology protect the integrity of auctions? - Help Net Security


Cloud security skills in high demand - Help Net Security


DirtyMoe botnet infected 100,000+ Windows systems in H1 2021 - Security Affairs


Driving network transformation with unified communications - Help Net Security


DroidMorph tool generates Android Malware Clones - Security Affairs


French Teens on Trial for Cyber-bullying - InfoSecurity


Hackers are trying to attack big companies. Small suppliers are the weakest link - ZDNet


Have we reached peak ransomware? How the internet's biggest security problem has grown and what happens next - ZDNet


Malicious PyPI packages hijack dev devices to mine cryptocurrency - Bleeping Computer


Mysterious ransomware payment traced to a sensual massage site - Bleeping Computer


NIST Publishes Ransomware Guidance - InfoSecurity


NVIDIA Jetson Chipsets Found Vulnerable to High-severity Flaws - The Hacker News


Peloton's $3,000 treadmill now comes with surprise 'subscription fee' - Bleeping Computer


Peloton Tread owners now forced into monthly subscription after recall - Bleeping Computer


Por que o STJ descartou prints do WhatsApp Web como provas de crimes - G1 Tecnologia


Researchers from Adversa devised an attack technique, dubbed ADVERSARIAL OCTOPUS, against Facial Recognition systems - Security Affairs


Sistemas do Grupo Fleury caem; empresa diz que foi alvo de ataque hacker - G1 Tecnologia


SonicWall bug affecting 800K firewalls was only partially fixed - Bleeping Computer


South Australia splashes out on space, defence, and cybersecurity in 2021-22 Budget - ZDNet


Unpatched Flaw in Linux Pling Store Apps Could Lead to Supply-Chain Attacks - The Hacker News


USB-based malware is a growing concern for industrial firms, new Honeywell findings show - CYber Scoop


Zephyr RTOS fixes Bluetooth bugs that may lead to code execution - Bleeping Computer


Wormable bash DarkRadiation Ransomware targets Linux distros and docker containers- Security Affairs


Wormable DarkRadiation Ransomware Targets Linux and Docker Instances - The Hacker News



21/06


Agent Tesla RAT Returns in COVID-19 Vax Phish - ThreatPost


Amazon Prime Day - Beware of Phishing Deluge, Experts Warn - InfoSecurity


Beware! Connecting to This Wireless Network Can Break Your iPhone's Wi-Fi Feature - The Hacker News


Cybercriminals Increasingly Target Manufacturing, IP - Security Boulevard


Digital Health Agency says My Health Record risk mitigation work on-track - ZDNet


DroidMorph Shows Popular Android Antivirus Fail to Detect Cloned Malicious Apps - The Hacker News


Embrace integrations and automation as you build a security program - Help Net Security


Google will likely announce a new feature that will allow users to quickly locate their missing mobile devices - TDH


How do I select a virtual SOC solution for my business? - Help Net Security


How to rethink risks with new cloud deployments - Help Net Security


iPhone bug makes it easy for someone to break your Wi-Fi -- here's the fix and how to prevent it - ZDNet


Krebs on Ransomware - Security Boulevard


Labor Bill would force Aussie organisations to disclose when they pay ransoms - ZDNet


LockBit Returns to the Ransomware Space With the Launch of a New Affiliate Program - TechNadu


MI5 seized Boris Johnson’s phone over security risk fears - Security Affairs


More Data Stolen in January 2021 than in all of 2017 - Security Boulevard


Most organizations would pay in the event of a ransomware attack - Help Net Security


Multi-cloud transit enhances app experience but brings complexity and security challenges - Help Net Security


North Korean hacking group allegedly behind breach of South Korean nuclear institute - ZDNet


Norway blames China-linked APT31 for 2018 government hack - Security Affairs


NSA releases guidance for securing Unified Communications and VVoIP - Security Affairs


Nuclear Research Institute Breached by Suspected North Korean Hackers - InfoSecurity


Odisha Police Warns About a Rise in ‘Joker’ Malware Infections - TechNadu


Ohio Medicaid Provider Suffers Data Breach - InfoSecurity


Only 50% of WA government entities get a pass mark for infosec - ZDNet


Over 30,000 Fertility Clinic Patients Hit by Ransomware Data Breach - InfoSecurity


Poland: The leader of the PiS party blames Russia for the recent attacks - Security Affairs


Prominent defibrillator management tool exposed to remote attacks - HackRead


Scammers are impersonating the DarkSide ransomware gang - Help Net Security


UK Parliamentary Staffers Lost 96 Devices in Past Two Years - InfoSecurity


What is plaguing digital identities? - Help Net Security


YouTube Ripping Sites Under Pressure to Log User Data - TechNadu



20/06


Baby clothing giant Carter’s exposed trove of shoppers data -HackRead


Compensation uncertain for Vastaamo victims - Yle


Cybersecurity in the digital age has been compromised - Bolly Inside


Energy and Food Sectors being targeted by a phoney DarkSide ransomware gang - TDH


Fertility clinic discloses data breach exposing patient info - Bleeping Computer


Hackers Are Using Google Docs As A Platform For Yet Another Dangerous Phishing Attack - Digital Information World


Miami cruise operator Carnival discloses personal data breach, cyberattack - Financial World


New vigilante malware blocks people from watching or downloading pirated content - GRM Daily


NATO Adds Cyber Commitments, Potential Ransomware Response - Government Technology


Personal info of more than 500 patients taken during Farmington hospital data breach - Farmington Daily Times


Scammers Are Using Fake Devices to Steal Cryptocurrency Wallets - PC Magazine UK


Study Reveals the Startling Impact of Ransomware, 8 in 10 of Those Who Paid a Ransom Experienced Another Attack - Digital Information World


The problem with Joe Biden’s red line to Vladimir Putin on cyberattacks - Mint


This bug can permanently break iPhone WiFi connectivity - Security Affairs


Trickbot remains as top malware threat in the UAE - ITP Net


Why We Care About Cybersecurity Hygiene - Cyber Defense Magazine


Within a week, hackers gained access to 91 percent of compromised accounts and used them to send out massive credential phishing messages - Bolly Inside


Worst Hackers Avoid Attacking Eastern European Nations - Bolly Inside







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