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|DEV-0569 group uses Google Ads to distribute Royal Ransomware|
|Black Friday and Cyber Monday, crooks are already at work|
|New improved versions of LodaRAT spotted in the wild|
|Atlassian fixed 2 critical flaws in Crowd and Bitbucket products|
|Hive Ransomware extorted over $100M in ransom payments from over 1,300 companies|
|Ongoing supply chain attack targets Python developers with WASP Stealer|
|China-based Fangxiao group behind a long-running phishing campaign|
|Two public schools in Michigan hit by a ransomware attack|
|Magento and Adobe Commerce websites under attack
Tank, the leader of the Zeus cybercrime gang, was arrested by the Swiss police
|Iran-linked threat actors compromise US Federal Network|
|F5 fixed 2 high-severity Remote Code Execution bugs in its products|
|Lazarus APT uses DTrack backdoor in attacks against LATAM and European orgs|
|New RapperBot Campaign targets game servers with DDoS attacks|
|Beginning 2023 Google plans to rollout the initial Privacy Sandbox Beta|
|Happy birthday Security Affairs … 11 years together!|
|Experts found critical RCE in Spotify’s Backstage|
|Experts revealed details of critical SQLi and access issues in Zendesk Explore|
|China-linked APT Billbug breached a certificate authority in Asia
Previously undetected Earth Longzhi APT group is a subgroup of APT41
|Avast details Worok espionage group’s compromise chain|
|Massive Black hat SEO campaign used +15K WordPress sites|
|KmsdBot, a new evasive bot for cryptomining activity and DDoS attacks|
|CERT-UA warns of multiple Somnia ransomware attacks against organizations in Ukraine|
|Have board directors any liability for a cyberattack against their company?|
|Ukraine Police dismantled a transnational fraud group that made €200 million per year|
|Lockbit gang leaked data stolen from global high-tech giant Thales|
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