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Weekly Cyber Security News Letter & Threats Roundup – Top 25 Cyber Incidents

Weekly Cyber Security News Letter & Threats Roundup – Top 25 Cyber Incidents

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Welcome to the Cyber Security News Recap, a weekly newsletter. We strive to provide you with the most current information regarding advancements in cybersecurity.

Every week, we explore the latest and most important news to offer you in-depth insights. Prepare to delve into the latest advancements and best practices in cybersecurity to stay informed about current trends and emerging threats.

We have outlined the most recent methods used by malicious individuals to damage your devices, along with significant issues we have identified. For the safety of your devices, we have new software available for installation.

By staying up-to-date on the latest cybersecurity issues, you can easily implement the necessary solutions to address any potential risks. Stay informed with our comprehensive coverage.

Lets have a Look!

Hacker Group Publicly Announced That They Are Recruiting Pentesters

GTPDOOR Linux Malware Exploiting GPRS Protocol For Stealthy C2 Communication

Lazarus Hackers Exploited Windows Kernel 0-day In The Wild

Millions Of GitHub Repos Found Infected With Malicious Code

Internet-connected Doorbell Cameras Flaw Let Attackers Hijack Devices

CWE Version 4.14 Released: What’s New!

HackerGPT 2.0 – A ChatGPT-Powered AI Tool for Ethical Hackers & Cyber Community

The Power of Threat Intelligence Platforms for Faster Threat Investigations Checklist

RSM US Deploys Stellar Cyber Open XDR Platform to Secure Clients

DashExe RAT Advertised on Hacking Forums for $17.95

Hackers Using Weaponized ZIP File To Steal NTLM Hashes

Savvy Seahorse Hackers Leverage DNS CNAME Records to Exploit Victims

Hackers Abuses SVG Image Files to Deliver GUloader Malware

Kali Linux 2024.1 Released with New Hacking Tools – What’s New!

UNC1549 Hackers Abuse Microsoft Azure Cloud To Attack Defense Sectors

FBI, CISA warns Of ALPHV Blackcat Ransomware Attacking Hospitals

LiteSpeed Cache Plugin XSS Flaw Exposes 4M+ Million Sites to Attack

Ransomware Attack on Lurie Children’s Hospital: $3.4M Ransom Demanded

Hackers Selling DCRat Subscriptions for $5 on Telegram Groups

Hackers Attacking Online Ticket Booking Users Using Weaponized PDF Files

CyberSec Firm i-Soon Leak Exposes The Tools Used By Chinese Hackers

Five Eyes Agencies Exposes Russian APT29 Cloud Attack Tactics

SubdoMailing – Hackers Abuse 13,000 Subdomains of Popular Brands

NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 Published

LockBit Making A Comeback After The Massive Takedown

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News farm impersonates 60+ major outlets: BBC, CNN, CNBC, Guardian…

News farm impersonates 60+ major outlets: BBC, CNN, CNBC, Guardian…

BleepingComputer has discovered a content farm operating some 60+ domains named after popular media outlets, including the BBC, CNBC, CNN, Forbes, Huffington Post, The Guardian, and Washington Post, among others. These sites build SEO for their online gambling ventures and sell “press release” slots at hefty prices. […]   Read More 

BleepingComputer 

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Pentagon Leak Suspect Jack Teixeira Expected to Plead Guilty in Federal Case

Pentagon Leak Suspect Jack Teixeira Expected to Plead Guilty in Federal Case

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The Air National Guardsman accused of leaking highly classified military documents on social media is expected to plead guilty in his federal case.

The post Pentagon Leak Suspect Jack Teixeira Expected to Plead Guilty in Federal Case appeared first on SecurityWeek.

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U.S. Court Orders NSO Group to Hand Over Pegasus Spyware Code to WhatsApp

U.S. Court Orders NSO Group to Hand Over Pegasus Spyware Code to WhatsApp

[[{“value”:”A U.S. judge has ordered NSO Group to hand over its source code for Pegasus and other products to Meta as part of the social media giant’s ongoing litigation against the Israeli spyware vendor.
The decision, which marks a major legal victory for Meta, which filed the lawsuit in October 2019 for using its infrastructure to distribute the spyware to approximately”}]]   Read More 

The Hacker News | #1 Trusted Cybersecurity News Site 

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The return of a malware menace.

The return of a malware menace.

[[{“value”:”This week we are joined by, Selena Larson from Proofpoint, who is discussing their research, “Bumblebee Buzzes Back in Black.” Bumblebee is a sophisticated downloader used by multiple cybercriminal threat actors and was a favored payload from its first appearance in March 2022 through October 2023 before disappearing.

After a four month hiatus, Proofpoint researchers found that the downloader returned. Its return aligns with a surge of cybercriminal threat activity after a notable absence of many threat actors and malware.”}]]   Read More 

The CyberWire 

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U.S. Charges Iranian Hacker, Offers $10 Million Reward for Capture

U.S. Charges Iranian Hacker, Offers $10 Million Reward for Capture

[[{“value”:”The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) on Friday unsealed an indictment against an Iranian national for his alleged involvement in a multi-year cyber-enabled campaign designed to compromise U.S. governmental and private entities.
More than a dozen entities are said to have been targeted, including the U.S. Departments of the Treasury and State, defense contractors that support U.S. Department of”}]]   Read More 

The Hacker News | #1 Trusted Cybersecurity News Site 

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WhatsApp’s legal triumph cracks the spyware vault.

WhatsApp’s legal triumph cracks the spyware vault.

A court orders NSO Group to hand over their source code. The Five Eyes reiterate warnings about Ivanti products. Researchers demonstrate a generative AI worm. Fulton County calls LockBit’s bluff. SMS codes went unprotected online. Golden Corral serves up a buffet of personal data. Ransom demands continue to climb. A US Senator calls on the FTC to investigate auto industry privacy practices. Dressing up data centers. Our guest is Dominic Rizzo, founder and director of OpenTitan and CEO at zeroRISC, discussing the first open-source silicon project to reach commercial availability. And Cops can’t keep their suspects straight.   Read More 

The CyberWire 

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