Lunch Time Nibbles - 2022-10-05

Welcome to another Lunch Time breakout:

Canadian Netwalker Ransomware Affiliate Sentenced to 20 Years in U.S. Prison
A former affiliate of the Netwalker ransomware has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in the U.S., a little over three months after the Canadian national pleaded guilty to his role in the crimes. Sebastien Vachon-Desjardins, 35, has also been ordered to forfeit $21,500,000 that was illicitly obtained from dozens of victims globally, including companies, municipalities, hospitals, law
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New Android malware 'RatMilad' can steal your data, record audio
A new Android spyware named 'RatMilad' was discovered targeting mobile devices in the Middle East, used to spy on victims and steal data. [...]
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Want More Secure Software? Start Recognizing Security-Skilled Developers
Professional developers want to do the right thing, but in terms of security, they are rarely set up for success. Organizations must support their upskilling with precision training and incentives if they want secure software from the ground up. The cyber threat landscape grows more complex by the day, with our data widely considered highly desirable “digital gold”. Attackers are constantly
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FBI, CISA, and NSA Reveal How Hackers Targeted a Defense Industrial Base Organization
U.S. cybersecurity and intelligence agencies on Tuesday disclosed that multiple nation-state hacking groups potentially targeted a "Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Sector organization's enterprise network" as part of a cyber espionage campaign. "[Advanced persistent threat] actors used an open-source toolkit called Impacket to gain their foothold within the environment and further compromise the
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