Security Affairs newsletter Round 407 by Pierluigi Paganini

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Twitter will allow using the SMS-based two-factor authentication (2FA) only to its Blue subscribersGoDaddy discloses a new data breachFortinet fixes critical vulnerabilities in FortiNAC and FortiWebGerman airport websites hit by DDos attacks once againCisco fixed critical RCE bug in ClamAV Open-Source Antivirus engineCISA adds Cacti, Office, Windows and iOS bugs to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogMirai V3G4 botnet exploits 13 flaws to target IoT devicesOver 500 ESXiArgs Ransomware infections in one day, but they dropped the day afterNew MortalKombat ransomware employed in financially motivated campaignHyundai and Kia to patch a flaw that allows the theft of the cars with a USB cableCity of Oakland issued a local state of emergency after recent ransomware attackCitrix released security updates for multiple High-Severity flaws in its productsAdobe addressed critical bugs in Illustrator, After Effects SoftwareBeep, a new highly evasive malware appeared in the threat landscapeCommunity Health Systems data breach caused by GoAnywhere MFT hackAdSense fraud campaign relies on 10,890 sites that were infected since September 2022Microsoft Patch Tuesday for February 2023 fixed actively exploited zero-daysExperts discover over 451 clipper malware-laced packages in the PyPI repositoryThe Tor network hit by wave of DDoS attacks for at least 7 monthsCloudflare blocked record-breaking 71 million request-per-second DDoS attackApple fixes the first zero-day in iPhones and Macs this yearEnigma info-stealing malware targets the cryptocurrency industryPro-Russia hacker group Killnet targets NATO websites with DDoS attacksHacktivists hacked Iranian State TV during President’s speech on Revolution DayThe Israel Institute of Technology Technion suffered a ransomware attackAustralian Defense Department will replace surveillance cameras from Chinese firms Hikvision and DahuaRussian Government evaluates the immunity to hackers acting in the interests of RussiaClop ransomware claims the hack of 130 orgs using GoAnywhere MFT flawCISA adds Fortra MFT, TerraMaster NAS, Intel driver Flaws, to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogFollow me on Twitter: @securityaffairs and Facebook and Mastodon

Pierluigi Paganini

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