Security Affairs newsletter Round 283

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IPG Photonics high-performance laser developer hit with ransomwareMozi Botnet is responsible for most of the IoT TrafficAlleged Activision hack, 500,000 Call Of Duty players impactedDHS CISA orders federal agencies to fix Zerologon flaw by MondayDiscount Rules for WooCommerce WordPress plugin gets patch once againFERC, NERC joint report on cyber incident response at electric utilitiesUS House Passes IoT Cybersecurity Improvement ActA member The Dark Overlord group sentenced to 5 years in prisonCISAs advisory warns of notable increase in LokiBot malwareGerman investigators blame Russian DoppelPaymer gang for deadly hospital attackHackers hit Luxottica, production stopped at two Italian plantsOperation DisrupTor: police arrested 179 vendors engaged in the sale of illicit goodData for 600K customers of U.S. fitness chains Town Sports leaked onlineGroup-IB detects a series of ransomware attacks by OldGremlinHOW DO PROVIDERS IMPLEMENT INTERNET BLOCKING IN BELARUS?HOW OPERATORS USE SANDVINE TO BLOCK INDEPENDENT MEDIA IN EGYPTRogue employees at Shopify accessed customer info without authorizationRussia-linked APT28 targets govt bodies with fake NATO training docsSamba addresses the CVE-2020-1472 Zerologon VulnerabilityAlien Android banking Trojan, the powerful successor of the Cerberus malwareHackers are using Zerologon exploits in attacks in the wildInstagram RCE gave hackers remote access to your deviceMicrosoft, Italy and the Netherlands agencies warn of EMOTET campaignsCISA says federal agency compromised by malicious cyber actorCisco fixes 34 High-Severity flaws in IOS and IOS XE softwareFortinet VPN with default certificate exposes 200,000 businesses to hackPolish police shut down major group of hackers in the countrySource Code of Windows XP, Server 2003 leakedTwitter warns developers of possible API keys leakA powerful DDoS attack hit Hungarian banks and telecoms servicesHackers stole more than $150 million from KuCoin cryptocurrency exchangeVictims of ThunderX ransomware can recover their files for free

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Pierluigi Paganini

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