IT Security Weekend Catch Up – March 30, 2024

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. Analysis of European Union election interference guidelines
  2. Bankman-Fried sentenced to 25 years for multi-billion dollar FTX fraud
  3. Prominent global cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin and two of its founders criminally charged with unlicensed money transmission offenses
  4. Recent ‘MFA Bombing’ attacks targeting Apple users
  5. Google’s new AI search results promotes sites pushing malware, scams

For the more technical

  1. CVE-2024-2464: Application users enumeration in CDeX
  2. CVE-2024-21388: Microsoft Edge’s marketing API exploited for covert extension installation
  3. Update Chrome now! Google patches possible drive-by vulnerability
  4. ZenHammer: Rowhammer attacks on AMD Zen-based platforms (PDF)
  5. [VIDEO] NSEC2023 – Burp Suite Pro tips and tricks, the sequel
  6. The darkside of TheMoon
  7. Guess who’s back? Exodus scam BitCoin wallet Snap!
  8. Over 170k users affected by attack using fake Python infrastructure
  9. Suspicious NuGet package grabs data from industrial systems
  10. ShadowRay: First known attack campaign targeting AI workloads actively exploited in the wild
  11. Proxylib and LumiApps transform mobile devices into proxy nodes
  12. Out of the shadows – ’darcula’ iMessage and RCS smishing attacks target USPS and global postal services
  13. Password spray attacks impacting remote access VPN services
  14. Agenda ransomware propagates to vCenters and ESXi via custom PowerShell script
  15. Large-scale StrelaStealer campaign in early 2024
  16. APT29 uses WineLoader to target German political parties
  17. Operation FlightNight: Indian government entities and energy sector targeted by cyber espionage campaign

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