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Daily Cybersecurity update, May 27, 2024

Infosecbulletin’s daily cyber security update is a daily basis security updates across the globe. This aim is to inform the readers todays happenings in cyber world. Using various ways the information is collected and only the headlines are shown here. Users are advised to read out the full report for more information from the link attached with each headlines.

Attackers are using a modified version of Minesweeper to target financial organizations in Europe and the U.S. They are using a remote access tool called SuperOps RMM. The attack has been attributed to UAC-0188 by CERT-UA.

ASUS warn serious security vulnerability on 7 routers

ASUS released a new firmware update to fix a vulnerability affecting seven router models, which could be exploited by remote...
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ASUS warn serious security vulnerability on 7 routers

AWS Announced New Malware Detection Tool For S3 Buckets

AWS announced new security features at its re:Inforce conference, such as identity and malware protection services. The cloud giant added...
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AWS Announced New Malware Detection Tool For S3 Buckets

150,000 phones registered under one IMEI number in Bangladesh

A smartphone's IMEI (which stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique identifier for each device, similar to a...
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150,000 phones registered under one IMEI number in Bangladesh

CISA Releases Twenty Industrial Control Systems Advisories

CISA released 20 advisories about Industrial Control Systems (ICS) on June 13, 2024. These advisories give important information about security...
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CISA Releases Twenty Industrial Control Systems Advisories

Current web vulnerabilities in Bangladesh across vendor product line

On a report titled "Surge on Web defacement and web application related vulnerabilities targeting Bangladesh" BGD e-GOV CIRT said, web...
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Current web vulnerabilities in Bangladesh across vendor product line

Criminals impersonating CISA’s employees in phone calls

CISA warned that criminals are pretending to be its employees in phone calls in order to trick people into sending...
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Criminals impersonating CISA’s employees in phone calls

CISA Adds Two Known Exploited Vulnerabilities to Catalog

CISA added 2 new vulnerabilities to its catalog of known exploited vulnerabilities, because they have proof that these vulnerabilities are...
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CISA Adds Two Known Exploited Vulnerabilities to Catalog

Microsoft Tuesday fixes 51 flaws, 18 RCEs June 2024 Patch

Microsoft has released updates for 49 security vulnerabilities in its Patch Tuesday update for June. One of the fixes addresses...
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Microsoft Tuesday fixes 51 flaws, 18 RCEs June 2024 Patch

Hackers breached 20,000 FortiGate systems worldwide: MIVD

The Dutch military security service MIVD recently revealed that a cyber espionage campaign, which was initially mentioned in February, managed...
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Hackers breached 20,000 FortiGate systems worldwide: MIVD

Riskiest Connected Devices in 2024: Forescout Report

By 2028, there will be over 25 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Attackers are increasingly targeting various devices, operating systems,...
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Riskiest Connected Devices in 2024: Forescout Report

Trellix discovered that cybercriminals used fake antivirus websites pretending to be Avast, Bitdefender, and Malwarebytes to spread info-stealers that aimed at Android and Windows users.

A new advanced ATM malware called EU ATM Malware has been found in Europe. It can infect around 60% of ATMs globally and has a reported success rate of 99%.

Researchers are warning about new phishing methods that use Cloudflare Workers, HTML smuggling, and generative AI to bypass security and steal user credentials.

In 2023, the FTC identified Best Buy and Geek Squad as the most impersonated brands, receiving 52,000 reports. Amazon was the second most impersonated brand, with 34,000 reports, followed by PayPal with 10,000 reports.

Cisco fixed a serious security issue in the web-based management interface of the Firepower Management Center software. The vulnerability is known as CVE-2024-20360 and has a CVSS score of 8.8.

SingCERT reported 9 critical vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins like WordPress Copymatic, Pie Register, Hash Form Drag & Drop Form Builder, and others.

Hackers are using cloud storage services like Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and IBM Cloud Object Storage to host harmful websites and spread SMS phishing scams.

The White House is taking steps to improve data routing security for more than 50% of federal agencies’ IP addresses by the end of 2024. This is being done to prevent advanced attacks that manipulate the Border Gateway Protocol.

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