February 25, 2021

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Security Affairs newsletter Round 205 – News of the week

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Original Post from Security Affairs
Author: Pierluigi Paganini

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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Jackson County paid $400,000 to crooks after
ransomare attack
Venezuelan Minister declares Venezuelas Blackout may
be caused by cyberattack carried by US
Crooks use The Pirate Bay to spread PirateMatryoshka
malware via reputed seeders
Moxa Industrial Switches plagued with several flaws
Saudi caller ID Dalil app exposed data of more than
5 million users
Severe RCE vulnerability affected popular StackStorm
Automation Software
STOP ransomware encrypts files and steals victims
Adobe Patch Tuesday updates address critical in
Photoshop, Digital Editions
Apex Legends for Android: a Fake App could
Compromise your Smartphone
Mysterious open database included ‘BreedReady status
for 1.8 Million Women
Users claim Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition can
be bypassed
Vulnerability research hub Crowdfense is willing to
pay $3 Million for iOS, Android zero-day exploits
CVE-2019-0797 Windows Zero-Day exploited by
FruityArmor and SandCat APT Groups
Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for March 2019
patches two Windows flaws exploited in targeted attacks
Modular Cryptojacking malware uses worm abilities to
Russia attempts to prevent Russian citizens from
using ProtonMail
39% of all existing Counter-Strike 1.6 game servers
online are malicious
Cisco addresses a critical static credential flaw in
Common Services Platform Collector
CSRF flaw in WordPress potentially allowed the hack
of websites
DMSniff POS Malware has flown under the radar for at
least four years
Payment data of thousands of customers of UK and US
online stores could have been compromised
Torrent Risks: How to get infected through torrent
with a good reputation
A few binary plating 0-days for Windows
Experts published details of the actively exploited
CVE-2019-0808 Windows Flaw
GlitchPOS PoS Malware appears in the cybercrime
It is the first time in the history that civic
groups hold a protest against a national CERT
Recently fixed WinRAR bug actively exploited in the
German legislative body wants to tighten penalties
against black marketplace operators
Israeli Candidate for PM Benny Gantz hacked by
Iranian cyberspies
Secur Solutions Group data leak exposes 800,000
Singapore blood donors
US-CERT warns of New Zealand mosque shooting scams
and malware campaigns

Pierluigi Paganini

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