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Weekly Top Ten Cybersecurity Stories– 4.8.2022

WEEKLY TOP TEN | APRIL 8, 2022 17:54 GMT

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. Cicada APT Conducting Widespread Cyber Espionage Campaign, Deploying High Complexity Custom Malware and Loaders
  2. Mailchimp Reports Breach of Hundreds of Emails After Attackers Use Credential Theft to Compromise Internal Tool, Warns of Phishing Attacks
  3. Threat Actors Like LAPSUS$, APT29 And Others Using “Prompt Bombing” To Defeat Push-Based MFA
  4. Researchers Discover Denonia Cryptominer Malware Targeting AWS Lambda Cloud Environment, Warn of Growth in Cloud-focused Malware Attacks
  5. UK Intelligence Reporting Uptick in Russian Cyberattacks Against NATO and Eastern Europe Amidst Stalling Ukraine War
  6. Dragos Assess With High Confidence That The Biggest Weakness In European Industrial Operations, Makes Other Key Findings
  7. PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository) Framework for Reusable PHP Components Discovered to Have Supply Chain Attack Enabling Flaws
  8. Analysis by Intel471 on Conti’s Leaked Chatlogs and Playbook Show Increasingly IT Company-like Behavior Patterns
  9. US Department of Justice Announces A Disruption to the Sandworm APT-linked Cyclops Blink Botnet
  10. US Treasury Department and Germany Federal Police Shutdown DarkWeb Hydra Marketplace In Long-Running Cooperative Campaign
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