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The Rhysida ransomware group claimed to have hacked the Chinese state-owned energy conglomerate China Energy Engineering Corporation. The Rhysida ransomware gang added the China Energy Engineering Corporation to the list of victims on its Tor leak site. Energy China https://t.co/uxjslhW8l2 TL;DR That's huuuge! China Energy Engineering Group ranks 3rd in ENR Top 150 Global Engineering Design Firms
UK and South Korea agencies warn that North Korea-linked APT Lazarus is using a MagicLine4NX zero-day flaw in supply-chain attack The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) released a joint warning that the North Korea-linked Lazarus hacking group is exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in the MagicLine4NX software to carry out supply-chain attacks. M

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An unspecified government entity in Afghanistan was targeted by a previously undocumented web shell called HrServ in what’s suspected to be an advanced persistent threat (APT) attack. The web shell, a dynamic-link library (DLL) named “hrserv.dll,” exhibits “sophisticated features such as custom encoding methods for client communication and in-memory execution,” Kaspersky security researcher Mert
The maintainers of the open-source file-sharing software ownCloud have warned of three critical security flaws that could be exploited to disclose sensitive information and modify files. A brief description of the vulnerabilities is as follows - Disclosure of sensitive credentials and configuration in containerized deployments impacting graphapi versions from 0.2.0 to 0.3.0. (CVSS score: 10.0)
Researchers reported that a Hamas-linked APT group is using a Rust-based SysJoker backdoor against Israeli entities. Check Point researchers observed a Hamas-linked APT group is using the SysJoker backdoor against Israeli entities. In December 2021, security experts from Intezer first discovered the SysJoker backdoor, which is able to infect Windows, macOS, and Linux systems. The version employed
Almost a million files with minors’ data, including home addresses and photos were left open to anyone on the internet, posing a threat to children. During a recent investigation, the Cybernews research team discovered that IT company Appscook – which develops applications used by more than 600 schools in India and Sri Lanka for education management – leaked a staggering amount of sensitive data,

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