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Monthly Security Bulletin – January 2023

Learn more about the latest Cybersecurity news in the January edition of our monthly Security bulletin, prepared by our Senior Security Analysts.

January hot topics:

  • Hyundai app bugs allowed hackers to remotely unlock, start cars
  • Sirius XM Software Vulnerability
  • ConnectWise Quietly Patches Flaw That Helps Phishers
  • New CryWiper data wiper targets Russian courts, mayor’s offices
  • Sneaky hackers reverse defense mitigations when detected
  • Massive DDoS attack takes down Russia’s second-largest bank VTB
  • Rackspace says ransomware is behind four-day Exchange outage
  • Antivirus and EDR solutions tricked into acting as data wipers
  • Cisco discloses high-severity IP phone zero-day with exploit code
  • New Python malware backdoors VMware ESXi servers for remote access
  • Microsoft finds macOS bug that lets malware bypass security checks
  • Okta’s source code stolen after GitHub repositories hacked
  • Critical Microsoft Code-Execution Vulnerability
  • Hackers exploit bug in WordPress gift card plugin with 50K installs
  • Hacker claims to be selling Twitter data of 400 million users
  • New info-stealer malware infects software pirates via fake cracks sites
  • EarSpy attack eavesdrops on Android phones via motion sensors
  • Hackers steal $8 million from users running trojanized BitKeep apps
  • Thousands of Citrix servers vulnerable to patched critical flaws
  • Hackers abuse Google Ads to spread malware in legit software
  • Google Home speakers allowed hackers to snoop on conversations

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