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WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 182
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1- Microsoft Exchange Server Flaw Let Remote Attackers Access Sensitive Information
ProxyToken, a serious security vulnerability has been detected in the Microsoft Exchange Server by the security analysts.
ProxyToken vulnerability could enable unauthenticated threat actors to access and steal emails from a victim mailbox.
The threat actors are using this vulnerability as a weapon …
2- Excellent Write-up of the SolarWinds Security Breach
Robert Chesney wrote up the Solar Winds story as a case study, and it’s a really good summary.
3- Skimming the CREAM – recursive withdrawals loot $13M in cryptocash
You must have had that happy feeling (happiest of all when it’s still a day or two to payday and you know that your balance is paper-thin) when you’re withdrawing money from a cash machine and, even though you’re still nervously watching the ATM screen telling you that your request is being processe…
4- More Military Cryptanalytics, Part III
Late last year, the NSA declassified and released a redacted version of Lambros D. Callimahos’s Military Cryptanalytics, Part III. We just got most of the index. It’s hard to believe that there are any real secrets left in this 44-year-old volume.