Cybersecurity news for the Last Week of April 2023

Cybersecurity news for the last week of April. In this article, we cover latest Cybersecurity threats and advances.

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Summary: Google Authenticator has added a 2FA account-sync feature, HiddenLayer Nabs Most Innovative Startup Crown at RSAC, and many more.
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Cybersecurity news for the last Week of April 2023
1. Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) last week warned of Russian Hackers Conducting Phishing Attacks in Ukraine.
2. Google Authenticator has added a 2FA account-sync feature that allows its users to back up their 2FA code sequences into the cloud, after which they can restore them back to a new device.
3. A newly discovered, high-severity flaw in a legacy Internet protocol, Service Location Protocol (SLP), can allow attackers to amplify distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks up to 2,200 times.
4. 'Educated Manticore’, an elite black hat group from Iran, Targets Israeli Victims in Improved Phishing Attacks.
5. HiddenLayer Nabs Most Innovative Startup Crown at RSAC.
6. ZeroFox to Acquire LookingGlass, Broadening Global Attack Surface Intelligence Capabilities.
7. New Policy Group Wants to Improve Cybersecurity Disclosure, Support Researchers.
8. Insecure Default Configuration in Apache Superset Vulnerability Exposes Servers to RCE Attacks.
9. VMware Releases Critical Patches for Workstation and Fusion Software.
10. Ransomware Hackers are using AuKill Tool to Disable EDR Software Using BYOVD Attacks.
11. NSO Group Used 3 Zero-Click iPhone Exploits Against Human Rights Defenders in 2022.
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Mohan Gandhi Ponnaganti
Mohan Gandhi Ponnaganti

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