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Security Affairs newsletter Round 401 by Pierluigi Paganini

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Chick-fil-A launched an investigation into “suspicious activity”
IcedID malware campaign targets Zoom users
Hive Ransomware gang leaked 550 GB stolen from Consulate Health Care
Saint Gheorghe Recovery Hospital in Romania suffered a ransomware attack
Microsoft details techniques of Mac ransomware
Rackspace: Play Ransomware gang used a previously unknown exploit to access its Hosted Exchange email environment
Bitdefender released a free decryptor for the MegaCortex ransomware
Threat actors stole Slack private source code repositories
How hackers might be exploiting ChatGPT
Zoho urges fixing a critical SQL Injection flaw in ManageEngine
Irish Data Protection Commission fined Meta $414 Million
Data of 235 million Twitter users leaked online
Critical flaws found in Ferrari, Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, and other carmakers
Database of the Cricketsocial.com platform left open online
Fortinet fixed multiple command injection bugs in FortiADC and FortiTester
New shc Linux Malware used to deploy CoinMiner
US. rail and locomotive company Wabtec hit with Lockbit ransomware
Synology fixes multiple critical vulnerabilities in its routers
Canadian Copper Mountain Mining Corporation (CMMC) shut down the mill after a ransomware attack
BitRAT campaign relies on stolen sensitive bank data as a lure
Does Volvo Cars suffer a new data breach?
Ransomware attacks hit 105 US local governments in 2022
SecurityAffairs Top 10 cybersecurity posts of 2022
PyTorch compromised to demonstrate dependency confusion attack on Python environments
Pro-Russia cyberattacks aim at destabilizing Poland, security agency warns
Google will pay $29.5M to settle two lawsuits over its location tracking practices
Lockbit apologized for the attack on the SickKids pediatric hospital and releases a free decryptor

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, newsletter)

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