Security Affairs newsletter Round 282

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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

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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