Security Affairs newsletter Round 269

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Maze ransomware gang hacked M&A firm Threadstone Advisors LLPRansomware attack disrupts operations at Australian beverage company LionTech firms suspend use of ‘biased facial recognition technologyAccessories giant Claires is the victim of a Magecart attack, credit card data exposedBlack Kingdom ransomware operators exploit Pulse VPN flawsEarth Empusa targets minority group with Android ActionSpy spywareFlaws in mobile Internet protocol GTP allow hackers to target 5G users30,000+ Italian sales agents personal data, IDs leaked by Ariix ItaliaBigDebIT flaws in Oracle EBS allow hackers to alter financial recordsNorway suspends its COVID-19 contact tracing app due to privacy concernsRipple20 flaws in Treck TCP/IP stack potentially expose hundreds of millions of devices to hackT-Mobile suffered a major outage in the US allegedly caused by a massive DDoS attackAWS mitigated largest DDoS attack ever of 2.3 TbpsCIA elite hacking unit was not able to protect its tools and cyber weaponsMaze Ransomware gang breached the US chipmaker MaxLinearOperation In(ter)reception targets Military and Aerospace employees in Europe and the Middle East79 Netgear router models affected by a dangerous Zero-dayAn ongoing Qbot campaign targeted customers of tens of US banksCognizant admitted data breach in April Ransomware AttackDrupal addresses critical code execution vulnerabilityInvisiMole group targets military sector and diplomatic missions in Eastern EuropeAcidBox, a malware that borrows Turla APT exploit, hit Russian organizationsAn SSRF flaw in Maximo Asset Management could be used to target corporate networksNation-state actors target Australia, Government warnsNew Cisco Webex Meetings flaw allows attackers to impersonate usersAustralian beverages firm Lion hit for the second time in a few days by a cyber attackHundreds of malicious Chrome browser extensions used to spy on you!U.S. authorities sanction six Nigerian nationals for BEC and Romance Fraud

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Pierluigi Paganini

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