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WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 234

#WeeklyCybersecurityTip: Anyone can be hacked! Always be cautious

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1- Akasa Air Suffers Data Leak on First Day of Operation

India’s newest commercial airline, Akasa Air, exposed personal data belonging to its customers. The company blamed these data leaks on technical configuration errors. Ashutosh Barot, a security researcher, added that this issue originated in the account registration process, leading to the exposure …

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2- Fake Reservation Links Prey on Weary Travelers

A longtime threat group identified as TA558 has ramped up efforts to target the travel and hospitality industries. After a lull in activity, believed tied to COVID-related travel restrictions, the threat group has ramped up campaigns to exploit an uptick in travel and related airline and hotel booki…

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3- Firefox 104 is out – no critical bugs, but update anyway

Recent updates to Apple Safari and Google Chrome made big headlines because they fixed mysterious zero-day exploits that were already being used in the wild. But this week also saw the latest four-weekly Firefox update, which dropped as usual on Tuesday, four weeks after the last scheduled full-vers…

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4- Man-in-the-Middle Phishing Attack

Here’s a phishing campaign that uses a man-in-the-middle attack to defeat multi-factor authentication: Microsoft observed a campaign that inserted an attacker-controlled proxy site between the account users and the work server they attempted to log into. When the user entered a password into the pro…

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