InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Monday, September 27, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. Shared password almost led to poisoning of American town’s drinking water
    (The Straits Times, September 27th)
  2. U.N. Members Seek New Cyber Discussions Amid Rising Ransomware Attacks
    (The Wall Street Journal, September 27th)
  3. A New Jupyter Malware Version is Being Distributed via MSI Installers
    (The Hacker News, September 26th)
  4. BluStealer, a new high-profile malware that steals sensitive information and files
    (The Digital Hacker, September 27th)
  5. Cyber Security Today, Sept. 27, 2021 — A new ransomware group found, AlphaBay criminal marketplace is back and updates from Chrome and Apple to install
    (IT Business Canada, September 27th)
  6. New SMS malware targets Android users through fake COVID messages
    (Tech Republic, September 27th)
  7. Russian Turla APT Group Deploying New Backdoor on Targeted Systems
    (The Hacker News, September 27th)
  8. ‘Illegal Streaming Sites Might Take Nude Pictures of You’
    (Torrent Freak, September 27th)
  9. South Africa vulnerable to a cyber attack
    (Sowetan Live, September 27th)
  10. Is hacking the next struggle for agriculture?
    (Duluth News Tribune, September 27th)

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