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
- Protect your inbox: DuckDuckGo Email Protection beta now open to all
- How Afghan women took on the Taliban, as told through their text messages
- Pokemon cards seized as part of massive drug bust in Australia
- Montenegro blames criminal gang for cyber attacks on government
- Experts warn of more Ragnar Locker attacks, days after group targets airline
- Revealing Europe’s NSO
For the more technical
- Vulnerability in TikTok Android app could lead to one-click account hijacking
- Web pages can overwrite your system clipboard without your knowledge
- Announcing Google’s Open Source Software Vulnerability Rewards Program
- CVE-2022-26113: FortiClient arbitrary file write as SYSTEM
- Blind exploits to rule WatchGuard firewalls
- [VIDEO] The Internet just changed. Will your firewall become useless?
- Hacked Discord – bookmarklet strikes back
- Instagram phishing campaign: Hackers exploit social verification
- Things not available when someone blocks all cookies
- First known phishing attack against PyPi users
- How 1-time passcodes became a corporate liability
- Mobile app supply chain vulnerabilities could endanger sensitive business information
- Crypto Miner malware disguised as Google translate desktop and other legitimate applications
- ModernLoader delivers multiple stealers, cryptominers and RATs
- Raspberry Robin and Dridex: Two birds of a feather
- BumbleBee, a new modular backdoor evolved from BookWorm
- New Golang attack campaign GO#WEBBFUSCATOR leverages office macros and James Webb images to infect systems
- Malicious cookie stuffing Chrome extensions with 1.4 million users
- LockBit ransomware gang gets aggressive with triple-extortion tactic
- New Golang ransomware Agenda customizes attacks
- BianLian ransomware gang gives it a Go!
- Chasing the currents of espionage in the South China Sea
- Hacker infrastructure used in Cisco breach discovered attacking a top workforce management corporation & an affiliate of Russia’s Evil Corp gang suspected
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