IT Security Weekend Catch Up – February 12, 2023

Afraid of missing important security news during the week? We’re here to help! Every week we put together a curated list of all important security news in one place, for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!

For the less technical

  1. Hackers breach Reddit to steal source code and internal data
  2. CISA says Killnet DDoS attacks on U.S. hospitals had little effect (PDF)
  3. California medical group data breach impacts 3.3 million patients
  4. Finland’s most-wanted hacker nabbed in France
  5. U.S., U.K. sanction 7 men tied to Trickbot hacking group
  6. Hackers are selling a service that bypasses ChatGPT restrictions on malware
  7. Sansec analysis: 12% of online stores leak private backups
  8. Android’s upcoming “app cloning” feature will make multiple accounts easy
  9. “Ask Me Anything” with Prelude Security’s David Hunt

For the more technical

  1. Decrypt your crypted files in ESXi servers affected by CVE-2020-3992
  2. CISA releases ESXiArgs ransomware recovery script
  3. New ESXiArgs ransomware version prevents VMware ESXi recovery
  4. Cl0p ransomware targets Linux systems with flawed encryption
  5. A critical vulnerability was discovered in Jira Service Management Server
  6. GoAnywhere MFT – A forgotten bug
  7. Cl0p ransomware claims it breached 130 orgs using GoAnywhere zero-day
  8. NIST selects ‘lightweight cryptography’ algorithms to protect small devices
  9. The first developer preview of Android 14
  10. Microsoft Edge will switch to Adobe Acrobat’s PDF rendering engine
  11. Behind the Scenes: How we are securing our new PDF stack
  12. Microsoft WinGet package manager failing from expired SSL certificate
  13. Dota 2 under attack: How a V8 bug was exploited in the game
  14. HookBot: New mobile malware family (PDF)
  15. PikaBot and the Matanbuchus connection
  16. Cyber Threat Overview 2022 (PDF)
  17. Iran responsible for Charlie Hebdo attacks
  18. Hackers used fake websites to target state agencies in Ukraine and Poland (PDF)
  19. Graphiron: New Russian information stealing malware deployed against Ukraine
  20. Tor is slow right now. Here is what is happening
  21. Tor network hit with DDoS attacks over past seven monthsTor network hit with DDoS attacks over past seven months

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