Microsoft Seizes 41 Domains Used in Spear-Phishing Attacks by Bohrium Hackers

2022-06-06 - Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) last week disclosed that it had taken legal proceedings against an Iranian threat actor dubbed Bohrium in connection with a spear-phishing operation. The adversarial collective is said to have targeted entities in tech, transportation, government, and education sectors located in the U.S., Middle East, and India. <!--adsense--> "Bohrium actors create fake

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

CISA Warned About Critical Vulnerabilities in Illumina's DNA Sequencing Devices

2022-06-06 - The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have issued an advisory about critical security vulnerabilities in Illumina's next-generation sequencing (NGS) software. Three of the flaws are rated 10 out of 10 for severity on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS), with two others having severity ratings of 9.1 and 7.4. The issues

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Chinese LuoYu Hackers Using Man-on-the-Side Attacks to Deploy WinDealer Backdoor

2022-06-06 - An "extremely sophisticated" Chinese-speaking advanced persistent threat (APT) actor dubbed LuoYu has been observed using a malicious Windows tool called WinDealer that's delivered by means of man-on-the-side attacks. "This groundbreaking development allows the actor to modify network traffic in-transit to insert malicious payloads," Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky said in a new report.

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Atlassian Releases Patch for Confluence Zero-Day Flaw Exploited in the Wild

2022-06-04 - Atlassian on Friday rolled out fixes to address a critical security flaw affecting its Confluence Server and Data Center products that have come under active exploitation by threat actors to achieve remote code execution. Tracked as CVE-2022-26134, the issue is similar to CVE-2021-26084 — another security flaw the Australian software company patched in August 2021. Both relate to a case of

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Critical UNISOC Chip Vulnerability Affects Millions of Android Smartphones

2022-06-04 - A critical security flaw has been uncovered in UNISOC's smartphone chipset that could be potentially weaponized to disrupt a smartphone's radio communications through a malformed packet. "Left unpatched, a hacker or a military unit can leverage such a vulnerability to neutralize communications in a specific location," Israeli cybersecurity company Check Point said in a report shared with The

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

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