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Grafana warns of critical auth bypass due to Azure AD integration

  • Grafana has released security fixes for multiple versions of its application, addressing a vulnerability that enables attackers to bypass authentication and take over any Grafana account that uses Azure Active Directory for authentication.

  • Lastpass

LastPass users furious after being locked out due to MFA resets

  • LastPass password manager users have been experiencing significant login issues starting early May after being prompted to reset their authenticator apps. 

  • Airplane

American Airlines, Southwest Airlines disclose data breaches affecting pilots

  • American Airlines and Southwest Airlines, two of the largest airlines in the world, disclosed data breaches on Friday caused by the hack of Pilot Credentials, a third-party vendor that manages multiple airlines' pilot applications and recruitment portals.

  • Reddit

The Week in Ransomware - June 23rd 2023 - The Reddit Files

  • It was a relatively quiet week regarding ransomware news, with the BlackCat ransomware gang extorting Reddit and the ongoing MOVEit Transfer data breaches being the main focus.

  • University of Manchesater

University of Manchester confirms data theft in recent cyberattack

  • The University of Manchester finally confirmed that attackers behind a cyberattack disclosed in early June had stolen data belonging to alumni and current students.

  • Apple

CISA orders agencies to patch iPhone bugs abused in spyware attacks

  • Today, CISA ordered federal agencies to patch recently patched security vulnerabilities exploited as zero-days to deploy Triangulation spyware on iPhones via iMessage zero-click exploits.

  • FBI seizes BreachForums after arresting its owner Pompompurin in March

FBI seizes BreachForums after arresting its owner Pompompurin in March

  • U.S. law enforcement today seized the clear web domain of the notorious BreachForums (aka Breached) hacking forum three months after apprehending its owner Conor Fitzpatrick (aka Pompompurin), under cybercrime charges.

  • MOVEit

MOVEIt breach impacts Genworth, CalPERS as data for 3.2 million exposed

  • PBI Research Services (PBI) has suffered a data breach with three clients disclosing that the data for 4.75 million people was stolen in the recent MOVEit Transfer data-theft attacks.

  • Fortinet

Fortinet fixes critical FortiNAC remote command execution flaw

  • Cybersecurity solutions company Fortinet has updated its zero-trust access solution FortiNAC to address a critical-severity vulnerability that attackers could leverage to execute code and commands.

  • Outlook

Microsoft 365 users report Outlook, Teams won't start or freezes

  • Network and IT admins have been dealing with ongoing Microsoft 365 issues this week, reporting that some end users cannot use Microsoft Outlook or other Microsoft 365 apps.

  • Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams bug allows malware delivery from external accounts

  • Security researchers have found a simple way to deliver malware to an organization with Microsoft Teams, despite restrictions in the application for files from external sources.

  • NSA

NSA shares tips on blocking BlackLotus UEFI malware attacks

  • The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) released today guidance on how to defend against BlackLotus UEFI bootkit malware attacks.

  • CISA

CISA orders govt agencies to patch bugs exploited by Russian hackers

  • On Thursday, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) added six more security flaws to its known exploited vulnerabilities (KEV) list.

  • Botnet

Mirai botnet targets 22 flaws in D-Link, Zyxel, Netgear devices

  • A variant of the Mirai botnet is targeting almost two dozen vulnerabilities aiming to take control of D-Link, Arris, Zyxel, TP-Link, Tenda, Netgear, and MediaTek devices to use them for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

  • Linux

Microsoft: Hackers hijack Linux systems using trojanized OpenSSH version

  • Microsoft says Internet-exposed Linux and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are being hijacked in brute-force attacks as part of a recently observed cryptojacking campaign.

  • VMware

VMware fixes vCenter Server bugs allowing code execution, auth bypass

  • VMware has addressed multiple high-severity security flaws in vCenter Server, which can let attackers gain code execution and bypass authentication on unpatched systems.

  • GitHub

Millions of GitHub repos likely vulnerable to RepoJacking, researchers say

  • Millions of GitHub repositories may be vulnerable to dependency repository hijacking, also known as "RepoJacking," which could help attackers deploy supply chain attacks impacting a large number of users.




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