IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 2, 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. Protect your inbox: DuckDuckGo Email Protection beta now open to all
  2. How Afghan women took on the Taliban, as told through their text messages
  3. Pokemon cards seized as part of massive drug bust in Australia
  4. Montenegro blames criminal gang for cyber attacks on government
  5. Experts warn of more Ragnar Locker attacks, days after group targets airline
  6. Revealing Europe’s NSO

For the more technical

  1. Vulnerability in TikTok Android app could lead to one-click account hijacking
  2. Web pages can overwrite your system clipboard without your knowledge
  3. Announcing Google’s Open Source Software Vulnerability Rewards Program
  4. CVE-2022-26113: FortiClient arbitrary file write as SYSTEM
  5. Blind exploits to rule WatchGuard firewalls
  6. [VIDEO] The Internet just changed. Will your firewall become useless?
  7. Hacked Discord – bookmarklet strikes back
  8. Instagram phishing campaign: Hackers exploit social verification
  9. Things not available when someone blocks all cookies
  10. First known phishing attack against PyPi users
  11. How 1-time passcodes became a corporate liability
  12. Mobile app supply chain vulnerabilities could endanger sensitive business information
  13. Crypto Miner malware disguised as Google translate desktop and other legitimate applications
  14. ModernLoader delivers multiple stealers, cryptominers and RATs
  15. Raspberry Robin and Dridex: Two birds of a feather
  16. BumbleBee, a new modular backdoor evolved from BookWorm
  17. New Golang attack campaign GO#WEBBFUSCATOR leverages office macros and James Webb images to infect systems
  18. Malicious cookie stuffing Chrome extensions with 1.4 million users
  19. LockBit ransomware gang gets aggressive with triple-extortion tactic
  20. New Golang ransomware Agenda customizes attacks
  21. BianLian ransomware gang gives it a Go!
  22. Chasing the currents of espionage in the South China Sea
  23. 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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