NCSC-FI News followup

Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-06-08

German Task Force for COVID-19 Medical Equipment Targeted in Ongoing Phishing Campaign During the course of ongoing research on coronavirus-related cyber activity, IBM X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS) uncovered a COVID-19 related phishing campaign targeting a German multinational corporation (MNC), associated with a German government-private sector task force to procure personal protective equipment (Task Force Schutzausrüstung). . see also

Uusi Office-hyökkäys iskee etätyöläisiin varo tätä viestiä Ihmisiltä kalastellaan käyttäjätunnuksia muka muuttuneiden vpn-asetusten varjolla.

SMBGhost RCE Exploit Threatens Corporate Networks The release of a PoC for the Windows flaw known as SMBGhost could set off cyberattack waves, CISA warned.

Honda investigates possible ransomware attack, networks impacted Computer networks in Europe and Japan from giant car manufacturer giant Honda have been affected by issues that are reported related to a SNAKE Ransomware cyber attack.

Any Indian DigiLocker Account Could’ve Been Accessed Without Password The Indian Government said it has addressed a critical vulnerability in its secure document wallet service Digilocker that could have potentially let a remote attacker bypass mobile one-time passwords (OTP) and sign in as other users.

Can Governments Defeat Nation-State Attacks on Critical Infrastructures? The one cyber risk that governments are much better at controlling than we are is insider threats. Governments have been dealing with people threats for centuries and have powerful tools at their disposal for such investigations.

Suomen uusien 5g-taajuuksien huutokauppa oli ennätyksellisen lyhyt tässä voittajat Suomen suurimmat operaattorit saivat myös 5g-verkon ylätaajuudet.. see also

Facebook sues company for registering impostor domains Facebook filed a lawsuit today against 12 domain names registered by Compsys Domain Solutions Private Ltd, an Indian provider of proxy/privacy services, domains that impersonate Facebook apps and were allegedly used for malicious purposes.

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