Security Affairs newsletter Round 332

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The Biden administration plans to target exchanges supporting ransomware operations with sanctionsThreat actor has been targeting the aviation industry since at least 2018Expert discloses details and PoC code for Netgear Seventh Inferno bugCVE-2021-26333 AMD Chipset Driver flaw allows obtaining sensitive dataExperts warn that Mirai Botnet starts exploiting OMIGOD flawGerman Election body hit by a cyber attackNew Go malware Capoae uses multiple flaws to target WordPress installs, Linux systemsA new Win malware uses Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to evade detectionFBI, CISA, and CGCYBER warn of nation-state actors exploiting CVE-2021-40539 Zoho bugMicrosoft warns of attacks exploiting recently patched Windows MSHTML CVE-2021-40444 bugBitdefender released free REvil ransomware decryptor that works for past victimsAnonymous hacked the controversial, far-right web host EpikOMIGOD vulnerabilities expose thousands of Azure users to hackMicrosoft announces passwordless authentication for consumer accountsThree formers NSA employees fined for providing hacker-for-hire services to UAE firmUS CISA appointed Kiersten Todt as new chief of staffMicrosoft Patch Tuesday fixes CVE-2021-40444 MSHTML zero-dayMēris Bot infects MikroTik routers compromised in 2018Millions of HP OMEN gaming PCs impacted by CVE-2021-3437 driver flawGoogle addresses a new Chrome zero-day flaw actively exploited in the wildVermilion Strike, a Linux implementation of Cobalt Strike Beacon used in attacksPopular NPM package Pac-Resolver affected by a critical flawApple fixes actively exploited FORCEDENTRY zero-day flawsFacebook announces WhatsApp end-to-end encrypted (E2EE) backupsNew Spook.Js attack allows to bypass Google Chrome Site Isolation protectionsBlackMatter ransomware gang hit Technology giant OlympusThe new maxtrilha trojan is being disseminated and targeting several banksDepartment of Justice and Constitutional Development of South Africa hit by a ransomware attackGoogle implements new Private Compute Services for AndroidRevil ransomware operators are targeting new victimsIf you want to also receive for free the international press subscribe here.

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