Not a day in cyberland has passed without news about ransomware attacks. Now, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has disclosed its struggle for almost a month due to the attack. To add more to the woes, the Conti ransomware gang has published around 1.2 GB of data stolen from the agency.
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After a month of the attack, the ransomware gang
has published around 1.2 GB of data stolen from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) on the internet. This includes personal information related to the SEPA staff. The agency is currently struggling with the recovery process.
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Vulnerable FTTH ONT routers
At least 28 backdoor accounts
and several other vulnerabilities have been found affecting the firmware of a popular FTTH OTN router, widely used across South America and Southeast Asia. The issues include problems related to authentication, hardcoded passwords, and privilege escalation.
Open source servers that power VoIP platforms
have been urged to apply software updates owing to the remote code execution vulnerability in CoTURN. Attackers can exploit the flaw to bypass CoTURN servers’ default access control rules and access network services behind the firewall.
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Sextortion scam on a rise
The U.K Police
was warned about the increased rate of sextortion scam during the pandemic. For this, the scammers are leveraging Facebook, Zoom, and popular dating apps. Therefore, the federal authorities have asked the citizens to be vigilant of such scams and not share personal details.
The FBI has issued a notification
of ongoing vishing attacks that are aimed at stealing corporate accounts and credentials for network access and privilege escalation from employees worldwide. During the attack, the attackers trick the targeted employees into logging onto a phishing webpage.