IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 11, 2022

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. Facebook engineers admit they don’t know what they do with your data
  2. Russian propaganda spread on fake news sites
  3. This clever anti-censorship tool lets Russians read blocked news
  4. It’s time to get real about TikTok’s risks
  5. TikTok denies breach after hacker claims ‘2 billion data records’ stolen
  6. Samsung discloses data breach after July hack
  7. BlackCat ransomware claims attack on Italian energy agency
  8. US seizes WT1SHOP market selling credit cards, credentials, and IDs

For the more technical

  1. Google Chrome emergency update fixes new zero-day used in attacks
  2. Bug in CrowdStrike Falcon allows removal of security agent
  3. WordPress core – unauthenticated blind SSRF
  4. OptiFi program incident report
  5. Zyxel releases new NAS firmware to fix critical RCE vulnerability
  6. DeadBolt ransomware rears its head again, attacks QNAP devices
  7. Mirai variant MooBot targeting D-Link devices
  8. Lampion malware returns in phishing attacks abusing WeTransfer
  9. Good game, well played: an overview of gaming-related cyberthreats in 2022
  10. No honor among thieves – Prynt Stealer’s backdoor exposed
  11. Sharkbot is back in Google Play
  12. CodeRAT overview
  13. Shikitega – New stealthy malware targeting Linux
  14. EvilProxy phishing-as-a-service with MFA bypass emerged in dark web
  15. Threat landscape for industrial automation systems for H1 2022
  16. Ragnar Locker ransomware targeting the energy sector
  17. Lazarus and the tale of three RATs
  18. Worok: The big picture
  19. Initial access broker repurposing techniques in targeted attacks against Ukraine
  20. APT42: Crooked charms, cons, and compromises
  21. Profiling DEV-0270: PHOSPHORUS’ ransomware operations

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