Security Affairs newsletter Round 305

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Chinese hackers allegedly hit thousands of organizations using Microsoft Exchange
REvil Ransomware gang uses DDoS attacks and voice calls to make pressure on the victims
Russia-linked APT groups exploited Lithuanian infrastructure to launch attacks
Hackers compromised Microsoft Exchange servers at the EU Banking Regulator EBA
Microsoft updated MSERT to detect web shells used in attacks against Microsoft Exchange installs
The launch of Williams new FW43B car ruined by hackers
UnityMiner targets unpatched QNAP NAS in cryptocurrency mining campaign
Another French hospital hit by a ransomware attack
Apple fixes CVE-2021-1844 RCE that affects iOS, macOS, watchOS, and Safari
Microsoft releases ProxyLogon patches for unsupported Microsoft Exchange versions
SUPERNOVA backdoor that emerged after SolarWinds hack is likely linked to Chinese actors
A flaw in The Plus Addons for Elementor WordPress plugin allows sites takeover
Microsofts March Patch Tuesday fixes 14 Critical flaws
OVH data centers suffered a fire, many popular sites are offline
White hat hackers gained access more than 150,000 surveillance cameras
Expert publishes PoC exploit code for Microsoft Exchange flaws
F5 addresses critical vulnerabilities in BIG-IP and BIG-IQ
Hackers stole data from Norway parliament exploiting Microsoft Exchange flaws
RedXOR, a new powerful Linux backdoor in Winnti APT arsenal
10,000+ WeLeakInfo customer records leaked
Internet disruption in Russia coincided with the introduction of restrictions
Malspam campaign uses icon files to delivers NanoCore RAT
Researchers warn of a surge in cyber attacks against Microsoft Exchange
Experts found three new 15-year-old bugs in a Linux kernel module
New variant for Mac Malware XCSSET compiled for M1 Chips

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Pierluigi Paganini

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