Security Affairs newsletter Round 335

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Previously undetected FontOnLake Linux malware used in targeted attacksGoogle addresses four high-severity flaws in ChromeSecurity expert published NMAP script for Apache CVE-2021-41773 vulnerabilitySky.com servers exposed via misconfigurationCox Media Group took down broadcasts after a ransomware attack58% of all nation-state attacks in the last year were launched by Russian nation-state actorsThe Netherlands declares war on ransomware operationsGoogle warns of APT28 attack attempts against 14,000 Gmail usersApache rolled out a new update in a few days to fix incomplete patch for an actively exploited flawFIN12 ransomware gang don’t implement double extortion to prioritize speedPoC exploit for 2 flaws in Dahua cameras leaked onlineTwitch data breach updates: login credentials or card numbers not exposedⓘOperation GhostShell: MalKamak APT targets aerospace and telco firmsExclusive: Researchers dumped Gigabytes of data from Agent Tesla C2CsTwitch source code and sensitive data leaked onlineArizona governor announces the launch of Command Center to protect state computer systemsUK newspaper The Telegraph exposed a 10TB database with subscriber dataLANtenna attack allows exfiltrating data from Air-Gapped systems via Ethernet cablesApache patch a zero-day flaw exploited in the wildUnnamed Ransomware gang uses a Python script to encrypt VMware ESXi serversTelco service provider giant Syniverse had unauthorized access since 2016Dark web marketplace White House announces end to its operationsMisconfigured Apache Airflow servers leak thousands of credentialsFacebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram are down worldwide, it’s panic onlinePottawatomie County paid the ransom to recover its systemsTwo ransomware operators were arrested in Kyiv with EUROPOL’s supportNew APT ChamelGang Targets energy and aviation companies in RussiaLockBit 2.0 ransomware hit Israeli defense firm E.M.I.T. Aviation ConsultingTA544 group behind a spike in Ursnif malware campaigns targeting ItalyCVE-2021-38647 OMIGOD flaw impacts IBM QRadar AzureThe Biden administration will work with 30 countries to curb global cybercrimeFollow me on Twitter: @securityaffairs and Facebook

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