Security Affairs newsletter Round 299

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Chipmaker Intel reveals that an internal error caused a data leak
Hacker leaks data of 2.28M users of dating site MeetMindful
Tesla sues former employee for allegedly stealing sensitive docs
Cryptocurrency exchange BuyUcoin hacked, data of 325K+ users leaked
Cryptomining DreamBus botnet targets Linux servers
Dutch police arrested two people for the illegal sale of COVID-19 patient data
Ransomware attack hit WestRock IT and OT systems
Fidelis, Mimecast, Palo Alto Networks, Qualys also impacted by SolarWinds hack
North Korea-linked campaign targets security experts via social media
Threat Report Portugal: Q4 2020
TikTok privacy issue could have allowed stealing users private details
Apple addresses three iOS zero-day flaws exploited in the wild
Emotet Botnet dismantled in a joint international operation
Heap-based buffer overflow in Linux Sudo allows local users to gain root privileges
Law enforcement announced global action against NetWalker Ransomware
Maritime port cybersecurity
Pwn2Own 2021, more than $1,500,000 in cash and prizes for contestants
CISA warns of high-severity flaws in Fuji Electric Tellus Lite V-Simulator and Server Lite
Lebanese Cedar APT group broke into telco and ISPs worldwide
LogoKit, a new phishing kit that dynamically creates phishing forms
TeamTNT group adds new detection evasion tool to its Linux miner
Domain for programming website Perl.com hijacked
Experts addressed flaws in Popup Builder WordPress plugin
Microsoft: North Korea-linked Zinc APT targets security experts
Oscorp, a new Android malware targets Italian users
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) discloses ransomware attack
UScellular data breach: attackers ported customer phone numbers
Victims of FonixCrypter ransomware could decrypt their files for free

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Pierluigi Paganini

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