Security Affairs newsletter Round 324

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. If you want to also receive for free the international press subscribe here. HelloKitty ransomware gang targets vulnerable SonicWall devices Instagram implements ‘Security Checkup to help users recover compromised accounts Chinese […]

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Japanese computers hit by a wiper malware ahead of 2021 Tokyo Olympics

Japanese researchers spotted an Olympics-themed wiper targeting Japanese users ahead of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Tokyo Olympics could be a great opportunity for cybercriminals and malware authors, the US FBI warned private US companies of cyberattacks that might attempt to disrupt the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Researchers from the Japanese security firm Mitsui Bussan Secure Directions (MBSD) […]

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Over 80 US Municipalities’ Sensitive Information, Including Resident’s Personal Data, Left Vulnerable in Massive Data Breach

WizCase’s team of ethical hackers, led by Ata Hakçıl, has found a major breach exposing a number of US cities, all of them using the same web service provider aimed at municipalities. Original post at https://www.wizcase.com/blog/us-municipality-breach-report/ This breach compromised citizens’ physical addresses, phone numbers, IDs, tax documents, and more. Due to the large number and various types […]

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Threat Report Portugal: Q2 2021

The Threat Report Portugal: Q1 2021 compiles data collected on the malicious campaigns that occurred from April to June, Q2, of 2021 The Portuguese Abuse Open Feed 0xSI_f33d is an open sharing database with the ability to collect indicators from multiple sources, developed and maintained by Segurança-Informática. This feed is based on automatic searches and is also supported […]

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