Morning Bowl - 2022-07-16

Welcome to another Morning Bowl breakout:

New Netwrix Auditor Bug Could Let Attackers Compromise Active Directory Domain
Researchers have disclosed details about a security vulnerability in the Netwrix Auditor application that, if successfully exploited, could lead to arbitrary code execution on affected devices.  "Since this service is typically executed with extensive privileges in an Active Directory environment, the attacker would likely be able to compromise the Active Directory domain," Bishop Fox said in an
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Hackers Targeting VoIP Servers By Exploiting Digium Phone Software
VoIP phones using Digium's software have been targeted to drop a web shell on their servers as part of an attack campaign designed to exfiltrate data by downloading and executing additional payloads. "The malware installs multilayer obfuscated PHP backdoors to the web server's file system, downloads new payloads for execution, and schedules recurring tasks to re-infect the host system," Palo
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Google Removes "App Permissions" List from Play Store for New "Data Safety" Section
Following the launch of a new "Data safety" section for the Android app on the Play Store, Google appears to be readying to remove the app permissions list from both the mobile app and the web. The change was highlighted by Esper's Mishaal Rahman earlier this week. The Data safety section, which Google began rolling out in late April 2022, is the company's answer to Apple's Privacy Nutrition
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