Security Affairs newsletter Round 271

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box. Asian media firm E27 hacked, attackers asked for a donationAustralian ACSC ‘s report confirms the use of Chinese malware in recent attacksMagento 1.x EOL is set on June 30, 75% of installs potentially impactedAt least 31 US Businesses targeted with WastedLocker RansomwareChinese tax software bundled with GoldenSpy backdoor targets western companiesExperts saw 100k+ daily brute-force attacks on RDP during COVID-19 lockdownOffice 365 users that are returning to the workplace targeted with Coronavirus training resourcesREvil operators threaten to leak files stolen from Australian firm LionA threat actor is selling databases stolen from 14 companiesAPTs will exploit Palo Alto Networkss PAN-OS flaw soon, US Cyber Command saysPalo Alto Networks fixes a critical flaw in firewall PAN-OSPersonal data of thousands of users from the UK, Australia, South Africa, the US, Singapore exposed in bitcoin scamUCSF paid a $1.14 Million ransom to decrypt files after Ransomware attackMaze Ransomware operators hacked the Xerox CorporationMicrosoft releases emergency security updates to fix Windows codecsNew EvilQuest ransomware targets macOS usersThe U.S. FCC considers Huawei and ZTE as national security threatsCisco addresses flaws in Small Business Routers and SwitchesCritical Apache Guacamole flaws expose organizations at risk of hackMaze Ransomware operators hacked Highways Authority Of India (Nhai)Netgear is releasing fixes for ten issues affecting 79 productsAlleged cyber attacks caused fire and explosions at nuclear and military facilities in IranHackers are targeting unsecured MongoDB databaseSodinokibi Ransomware Operators hit electrical energy company Light S.A.European police infiltrate and dismantled EncroChat chat networkTry2Cry ransomware implements wormable capability to infect other Windows systemsUS Cyber Command urges F5 customers to fix critical flaw in BIG-IP product

Pierluigi Paganini

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