WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 161
#Weekly Cybersecurity Tip: Don’t keep vital information only on your computer.
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1- Data Scraped From 500 Million LinkedIn Users Found for Sale Online
IDs, names, email addresses and more personal details are part of the massive database of stolen data, which could be used to launch additional attacks on LinkedIn and its users.
2- 533 Million Facebook Users’ Phone Numbers and Personal Data Have Been Leaked Online
Cisco has flagged and patched several high-severity security vulnerabilities in its Cisco Small Business 220 Series Smart Switches that could allow session hijacking, arbitrary code execution, cross-site scripting and HTML injection. It also issued fixes for high-severity problems in the AnyConnect mobility client. Read more
3- Video game cheat mod malware demonstrates risks of unlicensed software
Activision reported finding postings on hacking forums on YouTube by a threat actor promoting a Remote Access Trojan that can be embedded in cheat mods for games like Call of Duty.
4- Legacy QNAP NAS Devices Vulnerable to Zero-Day Attack
Two critical zero-day bugs affect legacy QNAP Systems storage hardware, and expose devices to remote unauthenticated attackers.