According to “SecurityAffairs.co”, Ukraine intelligence leaks names of 620 Russian FSB agents.
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Ukraine intelligence leaks names of 620 alleged Russian FSB agents
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Directorate of Intelligence leaked personal data belonging to 620 alleged Russian FSB agents. The Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Directorate of Intelligence has leaked the alleged personal data of 620 Russian FSB officers.
Beastmode Mirai botnet now includes exploits for Totolink routers
Operators behind the Mirai-based distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) botnet Beastmode (aka B3astmode) added exploits for Totolink routers. The Mirai -based distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) botnet Beastmode (aka B3astmode) now includes exploits for Totolink routers. Like most DDOS botnets, Beastmode attempt to infect other devices by launching brute-forcing attacks or exploiting multiple vuln
Anonymous targets oligarchs’ Russian businesses: Marathon Group hacked
Anonymous continues its operations against Russia, the group announced the hack of the Russian investment firm Marathon Group. Anonymous continues to target Russian firms owned by oligarchs, yesterday the collective announced the hack of the Thozis Corp , while today the group claimed the hack of Marathon Group . The Marathon Group is a Russian investment firm owned by oligarch Alexander Vinokuro
Critical CVE-2022-1162 flaw in GitLab allowed threat actors to take over accounts
GitLab has addressed a critical vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2022-1162 (CVSS score of 9.1), that could allow remote attackers to take over user accounts. The CVE-2022-1162 vulnerability is related to the set of hardcoded static passwords during OmniAuth-based registration in GitLab CE/EE.
Trend Micro fixed high severity flaw in Apex Central product management console
Trend Micro has fixed a high severity arbitrary file upload flaw, tracked as CVE-2022-26871 , in the Apex Central product management console. Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro has addressed a high severity security flaw, tracked as CVE-2022-26871 , in the Apex Central product management console. The CVE-2022-26871 vulnerability is an arbitrary file upload issue, its exploitation could lead to remote
AcidRain, a wiper that crippled routers and modems in Europe
Researchers spotted a new destructive wiper, tracked as AcidRain , that is likely linked to the recent attack against Viasat. Security researchers at SentinelLabs have spotted a previously undetected destructive wiper, tracked