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Weekly Top Ten Cybersecurity Stories – 10.28.2022


Our Threat Operations and Intelligence team compiles a daily digest of new cybersecurity threats from around the Internet. This top 10 has been culled from the 40+ unique stories we found relevant over the week, ranked by highest risk:

  1. Newly Discovered Windows Flaw Allows for JavaScript to Bypass Important Mark-of-the-Web Security Features
  2. Complex Typosquatting Campaign Reaches 200+ Websites, 25+ Brands to Trick Victims into Downloading Malware
  3. VMWare Workspace ONE CVE-2022-22954 Vulnerability in Active Exploitation by Threat Actors
  4. QakBot Abusing Valid Signed Certificate To Infect Networks With Black Basta Ransomware
  5. Emotet Using Self-Unlocking Encrypted RARs to Bypass Defenses
  6. “Dormant Colors” Malvertising Campaign Reaches 1M+ Installs on Browsers
  7. New “Kiss-a-dog” Cryptojacking Campaign Targeting Docker & Kubernetes Instances
  8. SQLite Vulnerability 2022-35737 Allowing for Overflow Atttacks Discovered After 22 Years
  9. Windows Event Log-centric Flaws “LogCrusher” and “Overlog” Disclosed by Security Researchers
  10. Microsoft Pipes Azure AD Identity Protection Alerts to M365 Defender
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