At a glance.
- Hacktivists disrupt Iranian television during Revolution Day observances.
- Cl0p claims responsibility for GoAnywhere exploitation.
- US Treasury Department outlines benefits and drawbacks of cloud technology.
- Killnet claims a DDoS attack against NATO earthquake relief efforts.
- Killnet and its partners establish a new pro-Russian darknet forum.
- Naming and shaming.
- CISA adds three entries to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog.
Hacktivists disrupt Iranian television during Revolution Day observances.
According to Reuters, hacktivists briefly disrupted a televised speech by President Ebrahim Raisi on the occasion of Revolution Day, observed Saturday. HackRead reports that the Iranian dissident hacktivist group Adalat Ali has claimed responsibility for the action. In addition to airing a familiar slogan (“Death to Khamenei”) the group urged Iranians to withdraw their money from state banks and participate in anti-government protests expected this Thursday. The hacktivists claimed responsibility in a communique: “We the Adalat Ali group hacked the Islamic Republic of Iran’s TV and Radio transmission. First of all, the Adalat Ali group offers its condolences to the entire freedom-loving nation on the decade of dawn and the impure arrival of Khomeini the executioner to Iran.” The disruption was brief, CNN says, lasting about a minute.