IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 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. AI project imagines adult faces of children who disappeared during Argentina’s military dictatorship
  2. Mozilla: Cars are the worst product category we have ever reviewed for privacy
  3. [VIDEO] From reporting self-XSSes to improving browser security mechanisms
  4. Maker of ‘smart’ chastity cage left users’ emails, passwords, and locations exposed
  5. The smart device brands harvesting your data
  6. It’s not just iMessage: UK government could ban Apple security updates
  7. Toyota says lack of disk space shut down all of its factories
  8. Ransomware attack on fencing systems maker Zaun impacts UK military data
  9. Elon Musk ordered Starlink to be turned off during Ukraine offensive, book says
  10. United States and United Kingdom sanction additional members of the Russia-based Trickbot cybercrime gang
  11. Experts fear crooks are cracking keys stolen in LastPass breach

For the more technical

  1. Android Security Bulletin – September 2023
  2. Code vulnerabilities put Proton Mails at risk
  3. BlastPass. NSO Group iPhone zero-click, zero-day exploit captured in the wild
  4. Annoying Apple fans: The Flipper Zero Bluetooth prank revealed
  5. Windows 11 bug ironically boosts File Explorer speed, making things load instantly
  6. Results of major technical investigations for Storm-0558 key acquisition
  7. ASUS routers vulnerable to critical remote code execution flaws
  8. macOS Pirrit adware
  9. VMware Aria Operations for Networks static SSH key RCE
  10. Atlas VPN zero-day vulnerability leaks users’ real IP address
  11. Exposing and addressing security vulnerabilities in browser text input fields (PDF)
  12. Fake update utilizes new IDAT loader to execute StealC and Lumma infostealers
  13. My Tea’s not cold. An overview of China’s cyber threat
  14. Evil Telegram doppelganger attacks Chinese users
  15. Evolution of cybercriminal operations in 2023
  16. Active North Korean campaign targeting security researchers

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