Security Affairs newsletter Round 304

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EU leaders aim at boosting defense and security, including cybersecurityNew Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia hacked againByteDance agreed to pay $92M in US privacy Settlement for TikTok data collectionGootkit delivery platform Gootloader used to deliver additional payloadsIntern caused ‘solarwinds123 password leak, former SolarWinds CEO saysNSA embraces the Zero Trust Security ModelAlleged China-linked APT41 group targets Indian critical infrastructuresDistributor of Asian food JFC International hit by RansomwareFrench multinational dairy Lactalis hit by a cyber attackPwn20wnd released the unc0ver v 6.0 jailbreaking toolAttackers took over the Perl.com domain in September 2020Bug bounty hunter awarded $50,000 for a Microsoft account hijack flawClop ransomware gang leaks data allegedly stolen from cybersecurity firm QualysCyber Defense Magazine – March 2021 has arrived. Enjoy it!Data Breach: Millions of Phone Numbers, Recordings, and Call Logs Compromised in Ringostat Data LeakFour zero-days in Microsoft Exchange actively exploited in the wildGoogle fixes Critical Remote Code Execution issue in Android System componentThe Ursnif Trojan has hit over 100 Italian banksCISA emergency directive urges to fix Microsoft Exchange zero-daysGroup-IB: ransomware empire prospers in pandemic-hit world. Attacks grow by 150%GRUB2 boot loader maintainers fixed hundreds of flawsSunshuttle, the fourth malware allegedly linked to SolarWinds hackVMware addresses Remote Code Execution issue in View PlannerFive privilege escalation flaws fixed in Linux KernelGoldMax, GoldFinder, and Sibot, 3 new malware used by SolarWinds attackersManaged Services provider CompuCom by Darkside ransomwareMillions of travelers of several airlines impacted by SITA data breachMicrosoft releases IOC Detection Tool for Microsoft Exchange Server flawsIf you want to receive the weekly Security Affairs Newsletter for free subscribe here. Subscribing to the newsletter you will also receive the best of the international press on cybersecurity, intelligence, and cybercrime.

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