Security Affairs newsletter Round 293

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COVID-19 themed attacks October 1 – December 5, 2020
Drug dealers are selling Pfizer COVID vaccines on the darkweb
LockBit Ransomware operators hit Swiss helicopter maker Kopter
Police arrest two people over stealing sensitive data from defense giant
A ransomware attack hit the Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Cisco fixes exploitable RCEs in Cisco Security Manager
DoppelPaymer ransomware gang hit Foxconn electronics giant
Russia-linked hackers actively exploit CVE-2020-4006 VMware flaw, NSA warns
US Cyber Command and Australian IWD to develop shared cyber training range
Critical remote code execution fixed in PlayStation Now
Expert discloses zero-click, wormable flaw in Microsoft Teams
OpenSSL is affected by a ‘High Severity security flaw, update it now
QNAP fixed eight flaws that could allow NAS devices takeover
Russian Alexander Vinnik sentenced in Paris to five years in prison for money laundering
Top cybersecurity firm FireEye hacked by a nation-state actor
Unauthenticated Command Injection bug opens D-Link VPN routers to hack
Apache Software Foundation fixes code execution flaw in Apache Struts 2
Crooks hide software skimmer inside CSS files
European Medicines Agency targeted by cyber attack
Microsoft December 2020 Patch Tuesday fixes 58 bugs, 9 are critical
The importance of computer identity in network communications: how to protect it and prevent its theft
Attack on Vermont Medical Center is costing the hospital $1.5M a day
Cisco addresses critical RCE vulnerability in Jabber
Expert published PoC exploit code for Kerberos Bronze Bit attack
njRAT RAT operators leverage Pastebin C2 tunnels to avoid detection
Russia-linked APT28 uses COVID-19 lures to deliver Zebrocy malware
Adrozek malware silently inject ads into search results in multiple browsers
Facebook links cyberespionage group APT32 to Vietnamese IT firm
Interview with Massimiliano Brolli, Head of TIM Red Team Research
Spotify reset user passwords after accidentally personal information exposure
Threat actors target K-12 distance learning education, CISA and FBI warn

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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