Lunch Time Nibbles - 2022-07-29

Welcome to another Lunch Time breakout:

Spanish Police Arrest 2 Nuclear Power Workers for Cyberattacking the Radiation Alert System
Spanish law enforcement officials have announced the arrest of two individuals in connection with a cyberattack on the country's radioactivity alert network (RAR), which took place between March and June 2021. The act of sabotage is said to have disabled more than one-third of the sensors that are maintained by the Directorate-General for Civil Protection and Emergencies (DGPCE) and used to
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Dahua IP Camera Vulnerability Could Let Attackers Take Full Control Over Devices
Details have been shared about a security vulnerability in Dahua's Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard implementation, which, when exploited, can lead to seizing control of IP cameras.  Tracked as CVE-2022-30563 (CVSS score: 7.4), the "vulnerability could be abused by attackers to compromise network cameras by sniffing a previous unencrypted ONVIF interaction and replaying the
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Spanish Police Arrest 2 Nuclear Power Workers for Cyberattacking the Radiation Alert System
Spanish law enforcement officials have announced the arrest of two individuals in connection with a cyberattack on the country's radioactivity alert network (RAR), which took place between March and June 2021. The act of sabotage is said to have disabled more than one-third of the sensors that are maintained by the Directorate-General for Civil Protection and Emergencies (DGPCE) and used to
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Researchers Warns of Increase in Phishing Attacks Using Decentralized IPFS Network
The decentralized file system solution known as IPFS is becoming the new "hotbed" for hosting phishing sites, researchers have warned. Cybersecurity firm Trustwave SpiderLabs, which disclosed specifics of the attack campaigns, said it identified no less than 3,000 emails containing IPFS phishing URLs as an attack vector in the last three months. IPFS, short for InterPlanetary File System, is a
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Microsoft links Raspberry Robin malware to Evil Corp attacks
Microsoft has discovered that an access broker it tracks as DEV-0206 uses the Raspberry Robin Windows worm to deploy a malware downloader on networks where it also found evidence of malicious activity matching Evil Corp tactics. [...]
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