Security Affairs newsletter Round 265

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Elexon, a middleman in the UK power grid network hit by cyber-attackExperts reported the hack of several supercomputers across EuropeA bug in Edison Mail iOS app impacted over 6,400 usersFBI warns US organizations of ProLock ransomware decryptor not workingMandrake, a high sophisticated Android spyware used in targeted attacksStored XSS in WP Product Review Lite plugin allows for automated takeoversTexas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) hit by a ransomware attack129 million records of Russian car owners available on the dark webAustralian product steel producer BlueScope hit by cyberattackBluetooth BIAS attack threatens billions of devicesBoth Mirai and Hoaxcalls IoT botnets target Symantec Web GatewaysEasyjet hacked: 9 million customers data exposed along with 2,200+ credit card detailsHackers Target Oil Producers During COVID-19 SlumpAdobe fixed several memory corruption issues in some of its productsIsrael is suspected to be behind the cyberattack on Iranian portResearchers disclose five Microsoft Windows zero-daysSecurity Service of Ukraine arrested the popular hacker Sanix who sold billions of stolen credentialsThree flaws in Nitro Pro PDF reader expose businesses to hackVMware fixes CVE-2020-3956 Remote Code Execution issue in Cloud DirectorIran-linked Chafer APT group targets governments in Kuwait and Saudi ArabiaJapan suspects HGV missile data leak in Mitsubishi security breachMeal delivery service Home Chef discloses data breachSantander, one of the biggest European banks, was leaking sensitive data on their websiteSophos blocked attacks exploiting XG Firewall zero-day to deploy RansomwareTens of thousands Israeli websites defacedCyber-Criminal espionage Operation insists on Italian ManufacturingExperts found a Privilege escalation issue in Docker Desktop for WindowsMicrosoft warns of massive campaign using COVID-19 themed emailsWinnti uses a new PipeMon backdoor in attacks aimed at the gaming industryExperts observed a spike in COVID-19 related malspam emails containing GuLoaderSilent Night Zeus botnet available for sale in underground forumsThe Florida Unemployment System suffered a data breachVoter information for 2 millions of Indonesians leaked online

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Pierluigi Paganini

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