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"Magnet Goblin hackers use 1-day flaws to drop custom Linux malware."

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Magnet Goblin hackers use 1-day flaws to drop custom Linux malware

  • A financially motivated hacking group named Magnet Goblin uses various 1-day vulnerabilities to breach public-facing servers and deploy custom malware on Windows and Linux systems.

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The Week in Ransomware - March 8th 2024 - Waiting for the BlackCat rebrand

  • We saw another ransomware operation shut down this week after first getting breached by law enforcement and then targeting critical infrastructure, putting them further in the spotlight of the US government.

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Critical Fortinet flaw may impact 150,000 exposed devices

  • Scans on the public web show that approximately 150,000 Fortinet FortiOS and FortiProxy secure web gateway systems are vulnerable to CVE-2024-21762, a critical security issue that allows executing code without authentication.

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QNAP warns of critical auth bypass flaw in its NAS devices

  • QNAP warns of vulnerabilities in its NAS software products, including QTS, QuTS hero, QuTScloud, and myQNAPcloud, that could allow attackers to access devices.

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UnitedHealth brings some Change Healthcare pharmacy services back online

  • Optum's Change Healthcare has started to bring systems back online after suffering a crippling BlackCat ransomware attack last month that led to widespread disruption to the US healthcare system.

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Microsoft says Russian hackers breached its systems, accessed source code

  • Microsoft says the Russian 'Midnight Blizzard' hacking group recently accessed some of its internal systems and source code repositories using authentication secrets stolen during a January cyberattack.

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CISA, NSA share best practices for securing cloud services

  • The NSA and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) have released five joint cybersecurity bulletins containing on best practices for securing a cloud environment.

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Switzerland: Play ransomware leaked 65,000 government documents

  • The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of Switzerland has released a report on its analysis of a data breach following a ransomware attack on Xplain, disclosing that the incident impacted thousands of sensitive Federal government files.

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Windows 10 KB5001716 update fails with 0x80070643 errors, how to fix

  • Microsoft is pushing out a Windows 10 KB5001716 update used to improve Windows Update that is ironically failing to install, showing 0x80070643 errors.

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MiTM phishing attack can let attackers unlock and steal a Tesla

  • Researchers demonstrated how they could conduct a Man-in-the-Middle (MiTM) phishing attack to compromise Tesla accounts, unlocking cars, and starting them. The attack works on the latest Tesla app, version 4.30.6, and Tesla software version 11.1 2024.2.7.

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AnyCubic fixes exploited 3D printer zero day flaw with new firmware

Google engineer caught stealing AI tech secrets for Chinese firms

  • The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has announced the unsealing of an indictment against Linwei (Leon) Ding, 38, a former software engineer at Google, suspected of stealing Google AI trade secrets for Chinese companies.

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FBI: U.S. lost record $12.5 billion to online crime in 2023

  • FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has released its 2023 Internet Crime Report, which recorded a 22% increase in reported losses compared to 2022, amounting to a record of $12.5 billion.

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PetSmart warns of credential stuffing attacks trying to hack accounts

  • Pet retail giant PetSmart is warning some customers their passwords were reset due to an ongoing credential stuffing attack attempting to breach accounts.

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Critical TeamCity flaw now widely exploited to create admin accounts

  • Hackers have started to exploit the critical-severity authentication bypass vulnerability (CVE-2024-27198) in TeamCity On-Premises, which JetBrains addressed in an update on Monday.

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