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[SANS ISC] Attackers Will Always Abuse Major Events in our Lifes, (Thu, Sep 2nd)

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All major events in our daily life are potential sources of revenue for attackers. When elections or major sports events are organized, attackers will surf on these waves and try to make some profit or collect interesting data (credentials). It’s the same with major meteorological phenomena. The hurricane “Ida” was the second most intense hurricane to hit […]

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[BleepingComputer] Atlassian asks customers to patch critical Jira vulnerability

Atlassian is prompting its enterprise customers to patch a critical vulnerability in multiple versions of its Jira Data Center and Jira Service Management Data Center products. The vulnerability tracked as CVE-2020-36239 can give remote attackers code execution abilities, due to a missing authentication flaw in Ehcache RMI. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2019-08-20

Guccifer Rising? Months-Long Phishing Campaign on ProtonMail Targets Dozens of Russia-Focused Journalists and NGOs www.bellingcat.com/news/uk-and-europe/2019/08/10/guccifer-rising-months-long-phishing-campaign-on-protonmail-targets-dozens-of-russia-focused-journalists-and-ngos/ A sophisticated phishing campaign targeting Bellingcat and other Russia-focused journalists has been much larger in scope than previously thought, and has lasted at least several months. Bellingcat has identified dozens of targeted individuals across Europe and the US, with the […]

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