[HackerNews] REvil Ransomware Gang Goes Underground After Tor Sites Were Compromised

REvil, the notorious ransomware gang behind a string of cyberattacks in recent years, appears to have gone off the radar once again, a little over a month after the cybercrime group staged a surprise return following a two-month-long hiatus.
The development, first spotted by Recorded Future’s Dmitry Smilyanets, comes after a member affiliated with the REvil operation posted on the XSS hacking

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[TheRecord] Free decrypters released for AtomSilo, Babuk, and LockFile ransomware strains

Antivirus maker and cyber-security firm Avast has released today free decryption utilities to recover files that have been encrypted by three ransomware strains—AtomSilo, Babuk, and LockFile. The AtomSilo and LockFile decrypters are being offered as one single download because of the similarities between the two ransomware strains. “Both the AtomSilo and LockFile ransomware strains are very similar […]

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[SecurityWeek] Researcher Earns $30,000 for Instagram Flaw Exposing Private Posts

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A researcher says he has earned $30,000 through Facebook’s bug bounty program for reporting an Instagram vulnerability that exposed private posts. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[HackerNews] Cisco Issues Patch for Critical RCE Vulnerability in RCM for StarOS Software

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Cisco Systems has rolled out fixes for a critical security flaw affecting Redundancy Configuration Manager (RCM) for Cisco StarOS Software that could be weaponized by an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code and take over vulnerable machines. Tracked as CVE-2022-20649 (CVSS score: 9.0), the vulnerability stems from the fact that the debug mode has been incorrectly […]

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