Voici le rapport de veille avec des liens directs vers les actus les plus intéressantes de la semaine passée. Certaines d’entre elles seront développées dans les prochains articles.
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Les actus sélectionnées cette semaine
Beware of impostor apps in the Google Play Store. Fake Telegram apps have been stealing data from millions of Android users.
New details on how Musk thwarted Ukraine’s submarine drone attack near Crimea.
The DOJ also unsealed indictments against some of the alleged Trickbot members for alleged roles in ransomware and other cybercrime activity.
The group, best known for 2016 US election interference and other attacks on Ukraine, used phishing emails offering pictures of women to lure its victim into opening a malicious attachment.
According to Citizen Lab, the exploit chain was capable of infecting iPhones running the most recent version of iOS (16.6) without the victim’s involvement.
The Chinese government has expanded a ban on the use of foreign phones, including the Apple iPhone, for government work or in government buildings.
Security experts believe some of the LastPass password vaults stolen during a security breach last year have now been cracked open following a string of cryptocurrency heists
Simon Müller prendra la tête du commandement Cyber début 2024. Il est actuellement chef suppléant du projet de mise en place de cette nouvelle structure.
Bad news: your car is a spy. Every major car brand failed a recent privacy and security test from Mozilla. You’re probably driving around in a “privacy nightmare” that may collect information as sensitive as your race, health status, and sexual activity.
Threat actors convince employees to reset MFA for Super Admin accounts in the IAM service to leverage compromised accounts, impersonating users and moving laterally within an organization.
The Dutch chipmaker said it alerted customers to a data breach impacting personal information related to their online NXP account.
This morning, one of Sweden’s largest newspapers, Svenska Dagbladet (SvD), published a thorough investigation into how criminal networks have used Spotify to launder money for years. Specifically, they have been paying for false streams of
Simon Byrne faced backlash over FoI blunder, plus claims officers were ‘punished’ to appease Sinn Féin
LockBit ransomware gang steals data related to security of UK military bases, due to unpatched Windows 7 PC
An attack by the notorious LockBit ransomware gang stole 10 GB of data from a company that provides high-security fencing for military bases.
The world’s largest cryptocurrency casino and sportsbook platform Stake became a target of a financially motivated cyberattack, losing over $41M.