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IT Security News Daily Summary 2022-02-28 | #linux | #linuxsecurity | #hacking | #aihp



  • Why IaC Security Should Matter to CISOs

  • Viasat says ‘cyber event’ is causing broadband outages across Europe

  • Will Apple Keep the Old iPhone SE Around at a Lower Cost?

  • NGA eyes down selection to speed acquisitions

  • Twitter to Label Tweets Linking to Russian State Media

  • Microsoft: Cyberattacks in Ukraine Hitting Civilian Digital Targets

  • Anonymous hit Russian Nuclear Institute and leak stolen data

  • Covid app’s privacy information ruled not clear enough

  • Quarter of a million lawyer disciplinary records leak

  • SMS PVA Part 2: Underground Service for Cybercriminals

  • Biden’s municipal broadband push clashes with state restrictions

  • The next frontier in cyberwar: Embedded devices

  • Microsoft finds FoxBlade malware on Ukrainian systems, removes RT from Windows app store

  • Toyota’s Japan Production Halted Over Suspected Cyberattack

  • How to manage imposter syndrome in cybersecurity

  • Tips for creating a cybersecurity resume

  • Michael Douglas to Star as Benjamin Franklin in Upcoming Apple TV+ Series

  • Commerce gives over $277 million in grants to build out broadband

  • Ukraine-Russia Cyber Warzone Splits Cyber Underground

  • Facebook Takes Down Disinformation Campaign Targeting Ukrainian Users

  • An ‘Unhinged’ Putin Threatens Dangerous Escalation in Ukraine

  • Watch CNBC’s full interview with Mandiant CEO, Kevin Mandia

  • We’ve seen destructive attacks in Ukraine masquerading as ransomware, says Mandiant CEO

  • Take these steps to prepare for and handle the cybersecurity effects of the war in Ukraine

  • API security methods developers should use

  • Implement API rate limiting to reduce attack surfaces

  • Cloud security is too important to leave to cloud providers

  • The (Mis)Use of Artifact Categories

  • I think Russia is very likely to target Europe in cyber warfare, says Silverado’s Dmitri Alperovitch

  • Anonymous hacks Russian TV channels & EV charging station with pro-Ukraine messages

  • Toyota Motors halted production due to a cyber attack on a supplier

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Devices Prove More Breakable Than iPhone 13 in Drop Test

  • What Experts Have To Say On Samsung Shipped 100 Mil+ Phones With Flawed Encryption

  • An Olympic Effort? Ensuring Security In A Rising Threat Landscape

  • Healthcare’s Digital Transformation: Powered By PETs

  • Google increasing account protections for users impacted by Russian invasion of Ukraine

  • Instagram scammers as busy as ever: passwords and 2FA codes at risk

  • US Indicts BitConnect Founder

  • Apple Defends App Store Changes in the Netherlands as Fines Reach €30 Million

  • Conti ransomware gang leak: 60,000 messages online

  • U.S. warns about threat of wiper malware being used beyond Ukraine

  • Moscow Exchange Downed by Cyber-attack

  • Researchers Warn of Stealthy Chinese Backdoor Targeting Multiple Foreign Agencies

  • The First Trial of a Capitol Riot Defendant: A Shock-and-Awe Campaign of Video, Audio, and Other Digital Evidence

  • The Division of Authority Between the Special Trial Counsel and Commanders Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Planning Now for the Next Phase of Reform

  • Jester Stealer is The Latest Addition To The Growing List Of Infostealing Malware

  • Zenly App Vulnerabilities Could Allow Account Takeover

  • NVIDIA Partially Confirms A Cyberattack As It Admitted ‘Investigations’

  • Nmap Basics: What Is Nmap & How Is It Used?>

  • Take It Personally: Ten Tips for Protecting Your Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

  • Toyota to Close Japan Plants After Suspected Cyberattack

  • Deals: Get the Previous Gen Apple TV 4K for $99.99 (Prime Members Only)

  • How Microsoft can help reduce insider risk during the Great Reshuffle

  • New Malware Through Microsoft’s Official Store Infected Over 5,000 Machines

  • #MWC2022: The Metaverse – “We’ve Gone From Scrolling to Strolling”

  • Symantec: Super-Stealthy ‘Daxin’ Backdoor Linked to Chinese Threat Actor

  • 10 cybersecurity certifications to boost your career in 2022

  • Companies Borrow Attack Technique to Watermark Machine Learning Models

  • How Crisis Text Line crossed the line in the public’s mind: Lock and Code S03E05

  • Spyware Infests the Microsoft Store with Classic Game Pirates

  • Swedish Security Solutions Provider Axis Hit by Cyberattack

  • CISA, FBI Issue Warnings on WhisperGate, HermeticWiper Attacks

  • Broadcom Software Discloses APT Actors Deploying Daxin Malware in Global Espionage Campaign

  • Facebook Takes Down Misinformation Network Targeting Ukraine

  • Anonymous Declared Cyberwar On Russia

  • Elon Musk Activates Starlink To Help Keep Ukraine’s Internet Up

  • Pro-Russia Conti Ransomware Gang Targeted, Internal Chats Leaked

  • New Chinese Hacking Tool Found, Spurring U.S. To Warn Allies

  • Review: Meross Offers Affordable, Hub-Free HomeKit Smart Lighting Solutions

  • You’ll Soon Be Able to Watch 10-Minute Videos on TikTok

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Technology Can Change the World for Better in Open Letter

  • Brian Rea (DeviantOllum Deviant) and Lesley Carhart (Hacks4Pancakes) continue their harassment of me

  • How Testsigma simplifies software test automation with open source

  • How much damage could a Russian cyberattack do in the US?

  • CISA, FBI warn US orgs of WhisperGate and HermeticWiper malware

  • #ShieldsUp – Now is the time to double‑check cybersecurity processes and operations

  • Broadcom Software Discloses APT Actors Deploying Daxin Malware in Global Espionage Campaign

  • How Insider Threats Drive Better Data Protection Strategies

  • How the CISO has adapted to protect the hybrid workforce

  • Toyota halts production because of Cyber Attack

  • February 2022 Web Server Survey

  • Anonymous Hacker Group Targets Russian State Media

  • Deals: Amazon Taking $50 Off GPS and Cellular Apple Watch Series 7 Models

  • Apple’s Lightning Port is Nearing Its Expiration Date, So What’s Next for the iPhone?

  • Need Help Implementing Security? Tripwire Advisor Program’s Got You Covered

  • CISA Urges Organizations to Patch Actively Exploited Zimbra XSS Vulnerability

  • How to Boost Shift-Left Security in the SDLC

  • Researcher leaked Conti’s internal chat messages in response to its support to Russia

  • Ukraine security agencies warn of Ghostwriter threat activity, phishing campaigns

  • Conti Chats Leaked After Ransomware Gang Expresses Support for Russia

  • 100 Million Samsung Galaxy Phones Affected with Flawed Hardware Encryption Feature

  • Norway Oil Fund To Vote Against Apple Pay Scheme

  • Apple Says It Has Complied With Dutch App Store Order

  • Microsoft warning: Some files might not be deleted when you reset a Windows PC

  • Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management with Cisco Secure Cloud Insights: Beyond CSPM

  • Hackers Might Shift Focus to Consumers Instead of Businesses in 2022

  • 10 Best 32-Inch Monitors of 2022 (Ultra-wide & Gaming) – Review

  • Financier Diakonov Called Russia the Future Cryptocurrency Center of the World

  • Web Application Security Startup Feroot Banks $11 Million in Seed Funding

  • Gurman: Apple Watch Series 8 to Bring ‘Major Updates to Activity Tracking’

  • Anonymous Declares ‘Cyberwar’ on Russia and Pledges Support for Ukraine

  • TrickBot takes down server infrastructure after months of inactivity

  • Hackers Leak the Personal Details of Freedom Convoy Donors

  • Google Disables Ukraine Live Traffic Data

  • Stealthy ‘SockDetour’ Backdoor Used in Attacks on U.S. Defense Contractors

  • Russia vs Ukraine – The War in Cyberspace

  • Conti Group Suffers Massive Data Breach

  • An Internet Troll Gives Nonalcoholic Spirits Startups the Spins

  • CISA Warns of High-Severity Flaws in Schneider and GE Digital’s SCADA Software

  • Security Affairs newsletter Round 355

  • Is Conti Ransomware Siding with Russia?

  • A week in security (February 21 – February 27)

  • Zenly Addressed the Risks of User Data Exposure and Account Takeover

  • Nvidia Appears to Brush Off Ransomware Attack

  • Reborn of Emotet: New Features of the Botnet and How to Detect it

  • Spring Apple Event Invites Could Be Sent Out Tomorrow

  • Meta restricts Russian state-controlled media

  • Starlink activated to keep Ukraine’s internet running

  • Silicon UK In Focus Podcast: Peer-to-Peer and Your Business

  • Meta Shuts Down Ukraine Facebook, Instagram Hacks

  • Meta Squeezes Russian State-Controlled Media Platforms

  • Conti sides with Russia, internal chats leaked

  • Android Visual Voice Mail App Vulnerability Allows For Eavesdropping of Voice Messages

  • Bitcoin Mining Gets Dirtier After China Crackdown

  • Lawmakers ask why DOD isn’t sharing ‘public’ weapons systems Info

  • Moscow retaliates as online giants take steps to stem disinformation

  • Experts Create Apple AirTag Clone That Can Bypass Anti-Tracking Measures

  • Iran-linked UNC3313 APT employed two custom backdoors against a Middle East gov entity

  • Instagram Head Says iPad App Is Low Priority Because Not Enough People Want It

  • Leaked Photos Show New Spring Colors for iPhone 13 Cases

  • Hackers will return focus to consumers in 2022

  • Russia Limits Access To Twitter Amidst Ukraine Invasion

  • How the Eastern Europe Conflict Has Polarized Cyberspace

  • Extra, Extra, VERT Reads All About It: Cybersecurity News for the Week of February 21, 2022

  • Russia is the advanced persistent threat that just triggered. Ready?

  • Ukraine Raises Millions In Cryptocurrency Donations

  • Fileless Malware SockDetour Remain stealthily on Compromised Windows servers

  • Trying to register your antivirus in Windows Security Center?

  • Multilingual Cybersecurity Awareness Training adapted for your needs

  • How the Ukrainian Conflict Has Polarized Cyberspace

  • Australia’s intelligence community dismisses concerns about proposed data-gathering powers

  • How The Eastern Europe Conflict Polarized Cyberspace

  • Iranian Hackers Using New Spying Malware That Abuses Telegram Messenger API

  • Product showcase: SharePass – Secure communication made simple

  • Leveraging mobile networks to threaten national security

  • Take a dev-centric approach to cloud-native AppSec testing

  • MuddyWater Cyber Alert issued by CISA

  • Ransomware attack on NVIDIA

  • Cyber Attack Trends In The Midst Of Warfare – The numbers behind the first days of the conflict

  • Cybercrime getting more destructive, remote workers in the crosshairs

  • How prepared are organizations to face email-based ransomware attacks?

  • Tech world’s Ukraine response mixes evacuation efforts, ad bans, free phones, infosec FUD

  • Authorization is bridging the gap between security and IAM

  • Container security market to reach $3.6 billion by 2026

  • Perimeter 81 Secure Web Gateway blocks access to specific URLs or categories of websites

  • Elon Musk activates Starlink to help keep Ukraine’s internet up and running

  • Meta blocks Russian state-media accounts in Ukraine

  • Importance of soft skills in Technology

  • Ukraine border control hit with wiper cyberattack, slowing refugee crossing

  • Beware of charity scams exploiting war in Ukraine

  • Anonymous breached the internal network of Belarusian railways

  • Elon Musk activates Starlink to help keep Ukraine’s internet up

  • IT Security News Weekly Summary – Week 08

  • IT Security News Daily Summary 2022-02-27

  • Meet SockDetour fileless backdoor targeting U.S. Defense contractors

  • See Why US Air Force Selects Orolia’s CRPA Testing Solution (Multi-Video)

  • Ukraine’s Volunteer ‘IT Army’ Is Hacking in Uncharted Territory

  • Russia may use SolarWinds-like hacks in cyberwar over Ukraine

  • rian Rea (DeviantOllum Deviant) and Lesley Carhart (Hacks4Pancakes) continue their harassment of me

  • SockDetour Found As A Backup Backdoor In TiltedTemple APT Campaign

  • Cyber Insurance: What Executives Need to Know Before Obtaining Coverage

  • Global Counterterrorism in (and After) a Pandemic

  • All You Need to Know About User Session Security

  • Iran’s MuddyWater Hacker Group is Exploiting New Malware

  • Ukraine: DDoS Attacks on State Websites Continue

  • Microsoft Defender For Cloud Now Supports Google Cloud

  • Celebrating the Black History of Cybersecurity

  • How to make software supply chains resilient to cyber attacks

  • NSO Sues Israeli Paper After Explosive Articles on Police

  • Feb 7- Feb 27 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict

  • Ukraine: Volunteer IT Army is going to hit tens of Russian targets from this list

  • US Defense Contractors Struck by SockDetour Windows backdoor

  • Chipmaker giant Nvidia hit by a ransomware attack

  • Week in review: Cyber attacks on Ukraine, Help Net Security: Healthcare Cybersecurity Report is out

  • The UK and US Cybersecurity Agencies Said Cyclops Blink Malware Linked to Russian State Hackers

  • Cyberattacks Were Launched Against Government Sites of Both Russia and Ukraine

  • Penetration testing

  • HermeticWiper malware targeting orgs in Ukraine; here’s how to stay safe

  • Singapore advises local firms to beef up cyberdefence amidst Ukraine conflict

  • Alleged iPhone 14 Pro Display Schematic Shows True Size of Pill-Shaped and Circular Cutouts Expected to Replace the Notch

  • Frontdoor Announces Full-Year 2021 Revenue Increased 9 Percent to $1.602 Billion

  • HOW TO TAKE THE CISSP EXAM ONLINE – REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

  • Three things you should know about SASE and SD-WAN

  • Cyber threat grows after Russia SWIFT sanctions over Ukraine

  • Weekly Update 284

  • Cyber threat grows after Russia SWIFT sanctions over Ukraine

  • Weekly Update 284

  • KIOXIA announces UFS embedded flash memory devices for a variety of mobile applications

  • Attacks From Within Seen as a Growing Threat to Elections

  • Keysight Technologies partners with Telefonica to deploy open networking solutions

  • CoventBridge names Glenn Prager as Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer

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