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New malware steals Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin accounts

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
A new malware sold on dark web forums is being used by threat actors to steal accounts for multiple gaming platforms, including Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin. [...]
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Malicious 'Safepal Wallet' Firefox add-on stole cryptocurrency

Par : Ax Sharma
A malicious Firefox add-on named "Safepal Wallet" lived on the Mozilla add-ons site for seven months and scammed users by emptying out their wallets. Safepal is a cryptocurrency wallet application capable of securely storing a variety of crypto assets, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. [...]
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Hands on with Windows 11's new Settings and File Explorer

Par : Mayank Parmar
In addition to the new Start Menu and taskbar design overhauls, Windows 11 also comes with a new File Explorer and Settings app. [...]
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Microsoft will disable Basic Auth in Exchange Online in October 2022

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
Microsoft announced that Basic Authentication will be turned off for all protocols in all tenants starting October 1st, 2022, to protect millions of Exchange Online users. [...]
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Windows 10 emergency update resolves KB5005565 app freezes, crashes

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Microsoft has released an emergency fix for freezing and crashing app issues caused by September's KB5005565  and KB5005101 cumulative updates. [...]
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Microsoft WPBT flaw lets hackers install rootkits on Windows devices

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
Security researchers have found a flaw in the Microsoft Windows Platform Binary Table (WPBT) that could be exploited in easy attacks to install rootkits on all Windows computers shipped since 2012. [...]
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Bitcoin.org hackers steal $17,000 in 'double your cash' scam

Par : Ax Sharma
This week, threat actors hijacked Bitcoin.org, the authentic website of the Bitcoin project, and altered parts of the website to push a cryptocurrency giveaway scam that unfortunately some users fell for. Although the hack lasted for less than a day, hackers seem to have walked away with a little over $17,000. [...]
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The Week in Ransomware - September 24th 2021 - Targeting crypto

Par : Lawrence Abrams
This week's biggest news is the USA sanctioning a crypto exchange used by ransomware gangs to convert cryptocurrency into fiat currency. By targeting rogue exchanges, the US government is hoping to disrupt ransomware's payment system. [...]
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United Health Centers ransomware attack claimed by Vice Society

Par : Lawrence Abrams
​California-based United Health Centers suffered a ransomware attack that reportedly disrupted all of their locations and resulted in patient data theft. [...]
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Google apologizes for scaring Cloud users with 'past due' emails

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Google has apologized for a wave of emails warning Google Cloud Platform, Firebase, or API customers that their accounts may be suspended for a past due balance. [...]
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Hackers exploiting critical VMware vCenter CVE-2021-22005 bug

Par : Ionut Ilascu
Exploit code that could be used for remote code execution on VMware vCenter Server vulnerable to CVE-2021-22005 has been released today and attackers are already using it. [...]
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Emergency Google Chrome update fixes zero-day exploited in the wild

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
Google has released Chrome 94.0.4606.61 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, an emergency update addressing a high-severity zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild. [...]
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Microsoft rushes to register Autodiscover domains leaking credentials

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Microsoft is rushing to register Internet domains used to steal Windows credentials sent from faulty implementations of the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover protocol. [...]
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EU officially blames Russia for 'Ghostwriter' hacking activities

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
The European Union has officially linked Russia to a hacking operation known as Ghostwriter that targets high-profile EU officials, journalists, and the general public. [...]
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Researcher drops three iOS zero-days that Apple refused to fix

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
Proof-of-concept exploit code for three iOS zero-day vulnerabilities (and a fourth one patched in July) was published on GitHub after Apple delayed patching and failed to credit the researcher. [...]
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Cisco fixes highly critical vulnerabilities in IOS XE Software

Par : Ionut Ilascu
Cisco has patched three critical vulnerabilities affecting components in its IOS XE internetworking operating system powering routers and wireless controllers, or products running with a specific configuration. [...]
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SonicWall fixes critical bug allowing SMA 100 device takeover

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
SonicWall has patched a critical security flaw impacting several Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 series products that can let unauthenticated attackers remotely gain admin access on targeted devices. [...]
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Google: Manifest V2 Chrome extensions to stop working in 2023

Par : Sergiu Gatlan
Google has shared the phase-out timeline for Manifest V2 Chrome extensions and its plans to bring Manifest V3 to full feature parity. [...]
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Microsoft gets Windows 11 ready for release with new build

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Microsoft has moved Windows 11 to the Windows Insider 'Release' channel in anticipation of its upcoming launch on October 5th. [...]
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