Morning Bowl - 2022-07-21

Welcome to another Morning Bowl breakout:

Russian Hackers Tricked Ukrainians with Fake "DoS Android Apps to Target Russia"
Russian threat actors capitalized on the ongoing conflict against Ukraine to distribute Android malware camouflaged as an app for pro-Ukrainian hacktivists to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against Russian sites. Google Threat Analysis Group (TAG) attributed the malware to Turla, an advanced persistent threat also known as Krypton, Venomous Bear, Waterbug, and Uroburos, and
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Google Adds Support for DNS-over-HTTP/3 in Android to Keep DNS Queries Private
Google on Tuesday officially announced support for DNS-over-HTTP/3 (DoH3) for Android devices as part of a Google Play system update designed to keep DNS queries private. To that end, Android smartphones running Android 11 and higher are expected to use DoH3 instead of DNS-over-TLS (DoT), which was incorporated into the mobile operating system with Android 9.0. DoH3 is also an alternative to
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Cisco Releases Patches for Critical Flaws Impacting Nexus Dashboard for Data Centers
Cisco on Wednesday released security patches for 45 vulnerabilities affecting a variety of products, some of which could be exploited to execute arbitrary actions with elevated permissions on affected systems. Of the 45 bugs, one security vulnerability is rated Critical, three are rated High, and 41 are rated Medium in severity.  The most severe of the issues are CVE-2022-20857, CVE-2022-20858,
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