Update Google Chrome Browser to Patch New Zero-Day Exploit Detected in the Wild

2022-07-05 - Google on Monday shipped security updates to address a high-severity zero-day vulnerability in its Chrome web browser that it said is being exploited in the wild. The shortcoming, tracked as CVE-2022-2294, relates to a heap overflow flaw in the WebRTC component that provides real-time audio and video communication capabilities in browsers without the need to install plugins or download native

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

Pro-China Group Uses Dragonbridge Campaign to Target Rare Earth Mining Companies

2022-07-05 - A pro-China influence campaign singled out rare earth mining companies in Australia, Canada, and the U.S. with negative messaging in an unsuccessful attempt to manipulate public discourse to China's benefit. Targeted firms included Australia's Lynas Rare Earths Ltd, Canada's Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp, and the American company USA Rare Earth, threat intelligence firm Mandiant said in a

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

As New Clues Emerges, Experts Wonder: Is REvil Back?

2022-07-05 - Change is a part of life, and nothing stays the same for too long, even with hacking groups, which are at their most dangerous when working in complete silence. The notorious REvil ransomware gang, linked to the infamous JBS and Kaseya, has resurfaced three months after the arrest of its members in Russia. The Russian domestic intelligence service, the FSB, had caught 14 people from the gang. In

Source: Tweakers.net, The Hacker News

Ukrainian Authorities Arrested Phishing Gang That Stole 100 Million UAH

2022-07-05 - The Cyber Police of Ukraine last week disclosed that it apprehended nine members of a criminal gang that embezzled 100 million hryvnias via hundreds of phishing sites that claimed to offer financial assistance to Ukrainian citizens as part of a campaign aimed at capitalizing on the ongoing conflict. "Criminals created more than 400 phishing links to obtain bank card data of citizens and

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

Some Worms Use Their Powers for Good

2022-07-04 - Gardeners know that worms are good. Cybersecurity professionals know that worms are bad. Very bad. In fact, worms are literally the most devasting force for evil known to the computing world. The MyDoom worm holds the dubious position of most costly computer malware ever – responsible for some $52 billion in damage. In second place… Sobig, another worm. It turns out, however, that there are

Source: Tweakers.net, The Hacker News

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