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Clop ransomware claims the hack of 130 orgs using GoAnywhere MFT flawCISA adds Fortra MFT, TerraMaster NAS, Intel driver Flaws, to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogRansomware attack hit the City of OaklandDPRK fund malicious cyber activities with ransomware attacks on critical InfrastructureNew TA886 group targets companies with custom Screenshotter malwareReddit discloses security breach that exposed source code and internal docsAndroid mobile devices from top vendors in China have pre-installed malwareUS and UK sanctioned seven Russian members of Trickbot gangA new variant of ESXiArgs ransomware makes recovery much harderTwitter restricted in Turkey after the earthquake amid disinformation fearExperts published a list of proxy IPs used by the pro-Russia group KillnetRussian e-commerce giant Elevel exposed buyers’ delivery addressesResearcher compromised the Toyota Supplier Management NetworkRussian national pleads guilty to money laundering linked to Ryuk Ransomware operationNew Graphiron info-stealer used in attacks against UkraineUkraine CERT-UA warns of phishing attacks employing Remcos softwareUS CISA releases a script to recover servers infected with ESXiArgs ransomwareNew Linux variant of Clop Ransomware uses a flawed encryption algorithmVMware has no evidence of zero-day exploitation in ESXiArgs ransomware attacksOpenSSH addressed a new pre-auth double free vulnerabilityFollow me on Twitter: @securityaffairs and Facebook and Mastodon
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