Daily Cybersecurity News - 04.08.23

Here’s your daily dose of cybersecurity for 04.08.23

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Daily Cybersecurity News
Here’s your daily dose of cybersecurity for 04.08.23
 
  1. "Mysterious Team Bangladesh" Targeting India with DDoS Attacks and Data Breaches. Hacktivist group 'Mysterious Team Bangladesh' is responsible for over 750 Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks and 78 website defacements since June 2022, according to cybersecurity firm Group-IB. The group predominantly targets logistics, government, and financial sector organizations in India and Israel, shedding light on the persistent and alarming trend of nation-state cyber aggression. Read the article here: https://ofofo.news/newsblog/?title=-Mysterious-Team-Bangladesh-Targeting-India-with-DDoS-Attacks-and-Data-Breaches&id=9d99b293-bd48-4f7e-a0b3-568fbde29e89 Youtube : https://youtube.com/shorts/fVliVQTWsg8 Twitter : https://twitter.com/tryofofo/status/1688457784428507136 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvhTnxRvCRG/ Reddit : https://www.reddit.com/r/securityupdates/comments/15kdrcr/mysterious_team_bangladesh_targeting_india_with/
  1. Microsoft Flags Growing Cybersecurity Concerns for Major Sporting Events. Microsoft is raising concerns over the escalating cybersecurity risks faced by major sporting events, describing the cyber risk landscape of live sporting events as "rapidly expanding." According to a Cyber Signals report, information on athletic performance, competitive advantage, and personal details are attractive targets for malicious actors. Read the article here: https: https://ofofo.news/newsblog/?title=Microsoft-Flags-Growing-Cybersecurity-Concerns-for-Major-Sporting-Events&id=9a8206eb-8900-4d7d-a284-47b2b51b7825 Youtube : https://youtube.com/shorts/dfYSc0QlPPE Twitter : https://twitter.com/tryofofo/status/1688457793974726657 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvhT_YNvF2u/ Reddit : https://www.reddit.com/r/securityupdates/comments/15kdsuu/microsoft_flags_growing_cybersecurity_concerns/
  1. Microsoft Exposes Russian Hackers' Sneaky Phishing Tactics via Microsoft Teams Chats. Microsoft has revealed that a highly targeted series of social engineering attacks, orchestrated by Russian threat actor Midnight Blizzard (also known as APT29, BlueBravo, Cozy Bear, Iron Hemlock, and The Dukes), have been using Microsoft Teams' chats for credential theft phishing lures. This manipulation of popular collaboration platforms underscores the creativity and persistence of malicious cyber actors. Read the article here: https://ofofo.news/newsblog/?title=Microsoft-Exposes-Russian-Hackers-Sneaky-Phishing-Tactics-via-Microsoft-Teams-Chats&id=2b0d69b1-5893-468b-b13e-ff67c532621f Youtube : https://youtube.com/shorts/e6dctZEgdGo Twitter : https://twitter.com/tryofofo/status/1688457798705991681 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvhUglmvVwJ/ Reddit : https://www.reddit.com/r/securityupdates/comments/15kdu7r/microsoft_exposes_russian_hackers_sneaky_phishing/
  1. Researchers Discover Bypass for Recently Patched Critical Ivanti EPMM Vulnerability. Security researchers have found a way around a recently patched vulnerability in certain versions of Ivanti Endpoint Manager Mobile (EPMM). The vulnerability, rated a maximum of 10.0 on the CVSS score and tracked as CVE-2023-35082 leaves the API accessible to unauthorized attackers. Ivanti is urging users to update to the most recent software version to mitigate this risk. Read the article here : https://ofofo.news/newsblog/?title=Researchers-Discover-Bypass-for-Recently-Patched-Critical-Ivanti-EPMM-Vulnerability&id=09ac1c2f-ddd0-4895-a1aa-a4c2cf33c573 Youtube : https://youtube.com/shorts/dalA7wb4b88 Twitter : https://twitter.com/tryofofo/status/1688457798705991681 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvheZ6Ep7Lz/ Reddit : https://www.reddit.com/r/securityupdates/comments/15kdv7w/researchers_discover_bypass_for_recently_patched/

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Mohan Gandhi Ponnaganti
Mohan Gandhi Ponnaganti

Co-founder and CEO, Ofofo.io