Need a Lyft? Not if Anonymous Sudan has anything to say about it. Closing time, open all the doors and let KillNet into the world.
Anonymous Sudan responds to remarks from the US Secretary of State by targeting Lyft and American hospitals. NSA releases an advisory on North Korean spearphishing campaigns. The US government’s Moonlighter satellite will test cybersecurity in orbit. "Operation Triangulation" offers an occasion for Russia to move closer to IT independence. The SEC drops cases over improper access to Adjudication Memoranda. Executives and board members are easy targets for threat actors trolling for sensitive information. Rick Howard targets Zero Trust. The FBI’s Deputy Assistant Director for Cyber Cynthia Kaiser shares trends from the IC3 Annual Report. And KillNet seems to say it's disbanding…or is it?
U.S. Measures in Response to the Crisis in Sudan (US Department of State)
U.S., ROK Agencies Alert: DPRK Cyber Actors Impersonating Targets to Collect Intelligence (US National Security Agency)
North Korea Using Social Engineering to Enable Hacking of Think Tanks, Academia, and Media (Joint Cybersecurity Advisory)
CISA Adds One Known Exploited Vulnerability to Catalog (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency)
CVE-2023-34362 Detail (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
SpaceX launch sends upgraded solar arrays to International Space Station (Spaceflight Now)
Moonlighter Fact Sheet (The Aerospace Corporation)
Operation Triangulation: Mysterious attack on iPhones (ComputerBild)
Killnet hacktivists say they’re disbanding (Cybernews)
Second Commission Statement Relating to Certain Administrative Adjudications (US Securities and Exchange Commission)