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|Gaming hardware manufacturer Razer suffered a data leak|
|CIRWA Project tracks ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure|
|Popular Marketing Tool exposes data of users of dating sites|
|Staples discloses data breach exposing customer order data|
|Thousands of Magento stores hacked in a few days in largest-ever skimming campaign|
|Zerologon attack lets hackers to completely compromise a Windows domain|
|China-linked hackers target government agencies by exploiting flaws in Citrix, Pulse, and F5 systems, and MS Exchange|
|Experts warn of surge in DDoS attacks targeting education institutions|
|Microsoft open-sourced its Project OneFuzz fuzzing framework for Azure|
|Out-of-band security update fixes Adobe Media Encoder issu|
|UK NCSC releases the Vulnerability Disclosure Toolkit|
|New MrbMiner malware infected thousands of MSSQL DBs|
|Source code of Cerberus banking Trojan leaked on underground forums|
|US CISA report shares details on web shells used by Iranian hackers|
|APT41 actors charged for attacks on more than 100 victims globally|
|Drupal addressed XSS and information disclosure flaws|
|Major Duesseldorf hospital infected with ransomware, patient died for consequences|
|Maze ransomware uses Ragnar Locker virtual machine technique|
|SunCrypt ransomware operators leak data of University Hospital New Jersey|
|Chinese hackers stole info from Spanish centers working on Covid19 vaccine|
|CISA Named Top-Level Root CVE Numbering Authority (CNA)|
|Rampant Kitten ‘s arsenal includes Android malware that bypasses 2FA|
|Ransomware en masse on the wane: top threats inside web-phishing in H1 2020|
|US DoJ charges Iranian hackers for attacks on US satellite companies|
|German encrypted email service Tutanota suffers DDoS attacks|
|Hijacking nearby Firefox mobile browsers via WiFi by exploiting a bug|
|Twitter announces measures to protect accounts of people involved in 2020 Presidential election|
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)
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