IT Security Weekend Catch Up – July 9, 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. Ireland makes questionable GDPR cases ‘confidential’
  2. US set to restrict China’s access to cloud computing
  3. France set to allow police to spy on suspects through remote phone access
  4. Tracking Russian interference to derail democracy in Africa
  5. Japan’s largest port stops operations after ransomware attack
  6. He stole $200 million. He gave it back. Now, the hacker is explaining why
  7. Suspected key figure of notorious cybercrime group arrested in joint operation
  8. School dropout who quit before GCSEs fighting US extradition over ‘£400m computer hack’

For the more technical

  1. Squeezing out IoC juice – methodical analysis of network infrastructure
  2. IDOR in Microsoft Teams allows for external tenants to introduce malware
  3. TeamsPhisher – a program that facilitates the delivery of phishing messages and attachments to Microsoft Teams
  4. 300,000+ Fortinet firewalls vulnerable to critical FortiOS RCE bug
  5. Cisco ACI Multi-Site CloudSec encryption information disclosure vulnerability
  6. Three new MOVEit bugs spur CISA warning as more victims report breaches
  7. Android Security Bulletin – July 2023
  8. Hunting for Bitwarden master passwords stored in memory
  9. StackRot (CVE-2023-3269): Linux kernel privilege escalation vulnerability w phishingu do pracowników
  10. Critical TootRoot bug lets attackers hijack Mastodon servers
  11. Security gaps in green energy sector: Unveiling the hidden dangers of public-facing PV measuring and diagnostics solutions
  12. Firefox 115 can silently remotely disable my extension on any site
  13. Centauri: Practical Rowhammer fingerprinting (PDF)
  14. Two spyware tied with China found hiding on the Google Play Store
  15. Tailing Big Head ransomware’s variants, tactics, and impact
  16. Increased Truebot activity infects U.S. and Canada based networks (PDF)
  17. Andariel’s silly mistakes and a new malware family
  18. Chinese threat actors targeting Europe in SmugX campaign
  19. Welcome to New York: Exploring TA453’s foray into LNKs and Mac malware
  20. Neo_Net – The kingpin of Spanish eCrime

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