Microsoft says SolarWinds hacking group has breached three new victims
therecord.media/microsoft-says-solarwinds-hacking-group-has-breached-three-new-victims/ Microsoft said on Friday that it discovered new cyberattacks carried out by Nobelium, the codename the company has assigned to the Russian state-sponsored hacking group responsible for the SolarWinds hack last year. Direct link to Microsoft report:
Microsoft admits to signing rootkit malware in supply-chain fiasco
www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/microsoft-admits-to-signing-rootkit-malware-in-supply-chain-fiasco/ Microsoft has now confirmed signing a malicious driver being distributed within gaming environments. This driver, called “Netfilter, ” is in fact a rootkit that was observed communicating with Chinese command-and-control (C2) IPs. G Data malware analyst Karsten Hahn first took notice of this event last week and was joined by the wider infosec. community in tracing and analyzing the malicious drivers bearing the seal of Microsoft. Link to Microsoft report:
PS3 Players Ban: Latest Victims of Surging Attacks on Gaming Industry
threatpost.com/ps3-players-ban-attacks-gaming/167303/ Every Sony PlayStation 3 ID out there was compromised, provoking bans of legit players on the network. A reported breach of a Sony folder containing the serial ID numbers for every PlayStation 3 console appears to have led to users being inexplicably banned from the platform. This is just the latest in a shocking spike in attacks on unsuspecting gamers.