Security Affairs newsletter Round 431 by Pierluigi Paganini – International edition

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 Reptile Rootkit employed in attacks against Linux systems in South KoreaNew PaperCut flaw in print management software exposes servers to RCE attacksA cyberattack impacted operations of multiple hospitals in several US statesMarried couple pleaded guilty to laundering billions in cryptocurrency stolen from Bitfinex in 2016Malicious packages in the NPM designed for highly-targeted attacksAttackers use dynamic code loading to bypass Google Play store’s malware detectionsCISA, FBI, and NSA published the list of 12 most exploited vulnerabilities of 2022Decommissioned medical infusion pumps sold on secondary market could reveal Wi-Fi configuration settingsOWASP Top 10 for LLM (Large Language Model) applications is out!Rapid7 found a bypass for the recently patched actively exploited Ivanti EPMM bugRussian APT29 conducts phishing attacks through Microsoft TeamsHackers already installed web shells on 581 Citrix servers in CVE-2023-3519 attacksZero-day in Salesforce email services exploited in targeted Facebook phishing campaignBurger King forgets to put a password on their systems, againCISA adds second Ivanti EPMM flaw to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalogNodeStealer 2.0 takes over Facebook Business accounts and targets crypto walletsUS govt is hunting a Chinese malware that can interfere with its military operationsWikiLoader malware-as-a-service targets Italian organizationsBe aware of exposure of sensitive data on Wi-Fi settings for Canon inkjet printersExperts discovered a previously undocumented initial access vector used by P2PInfect wormExperts link AVRecon bot to the malware proxy service SocksEscortThree flaws in Ninja Forms plugin for WordPress impact 900K sitesExperts warn attackers started exploiting Citrix ShareFile RCE flaw CVE-2023-24489In 2022, more than 40% of zero-day exploits used in the wild were variations of previous issuesNew flaw in Ivanti Endpoint Manager Mobile actively exploited in the wildCybercrime

The shadow of Moscow extends over Brazil: from the scandal over the shelter of the Russian spy, to cyber-espionage and the sale of oil  

Who and What is Behind the Malware Proxy Service SocksEscort?  

Pro-Russian hackers claim attacks on Italian banks  

Hacktivists fund their operations using common cybercrime tactics

Bitfinex Hacker and Wife Plead Guilty to Money Laundering Conspiracy Involving Billions in Cryptocurrency

A cyberattack has disrupted hospitals and health care in several states      

FBI warns of scammers posing as NFT devs to steal your crypto

Malware

Cado Security Labs Encounter Novel Malware, Redis P2Pinfect  

Out of the Sandbox: WikiLoader Digs Sophisticated Evasion   

NodeStealer 2.0 – The Python Version: Stealing Facebook Business Accounts

How Malicious Android Apps Slip Into Disguise   

Google Cybersecurity Action Team – August 2023 Threat Horizons Report

How Malicious Android Apps Slip Into Disguise  

Targeted npm Malware Attempts to Steal Company Source Code and Secrets  

Reptile Malware Targeting Linux Systems   

Hacking

Ivanti Warns of Another Endpoint Manager Mobile Vulnerability Under Active Attack

The Ups and Downs of 0-days: A Year in Review of 0-days Exploited In-the-Wild in 2022

Encrypted Doesn’t Mean Authenticated: ShareFile RCE (CVE-2023-24489)  

Multiple High Severity Vulnerabilities in Ninja Forms Plugin

Threat Actors Exploiting Ivanti EPMM Vulnerabilities

“PhishForce” — Vulnerability Uncovered in Salesforce’s Email Services Exploited for Phishing Facebook Accounts In-The-Wild   

Over 640 Citrix servers backdoored with web shells in ongoing attacks   

CVE-2023-35082 – MobileIron Core Unauthenticated API Access Vulnerability   

CVE-2023-39143: PaperCut Path Traversal/File Upload RCE Vulnerability   

Intelligence and Information Warfare

Patchwork Hackers Target Chinese Research Organizations Using EyeShell Backdoor

U.S. Hunts Chinese Malware That Could Disrupt American Military Operations    

Iranian cloud company accused of hosting cybercriminals, nation-state hackers  

Norwegian Entities Targeted in Ongoing Attacks Exploiting Ivanti EPMM Vulnerability

BlueCharlie, Previously Tracked as TAG-53, Continues to Deploy New Infrastructure in 2023   

Cybersecurity

How A Company Can Measure The Maturity Of The Dark Web Intelligence Program 

Fragmented truth: How AI is distorting and challenging our reality  

Quantum Tech Will Transform National Security. It’s Testing U.S. Alliances Now   

Canon warns of Wi-Fi security risks when discarding inkjet printers

US military battling cyber threats from within and without

Midnight Blizzard conducts targeted social engineering over Microsoft Teams  

Australian Senate committee recommends bans on Chinese social media apps

Official Release: The OWASP Top 10 for Large Language Model Applications v1.0  

Poorly Purged Medical Devices Present Security Concerns After Sale on Secondary Market  

2022 Top Routinely Exploited Vulnerabilities   

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