Sat.Oct 09, 2021

Ransomware Attack Hits Engineering Giant Weir Group

Data Breach Today

Profit Projections Down £25 Million, Revenue Deferrals Put At £50 Million A ransomware attack on Scottish multinational engineering firm Weir Group led to several ongoing but temporary disruptions including engineering, manufacturing and shipment rephrasing, hitting profits despite no ransom being paid.

Security expert published NMAP script for Apache CVE-2021-41773 vulnerability

Security Affairs

Security expert Dhiraj Mishra published an NMAP script for the CVE-2021-41773 Path Traversal vulnerability affecting Apache Web Server version 2.4.49.

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Someone Hacked a US Warship Facebook Account to Stream Games

WIRED Threat Level

Plus: Twitch hack fallout, Russian phishing, and more of the week’s top security news. Security Security / Security News

Google addresses four high-severity flaws in Chrome

Security Affairs

Google has addressed a total of four high-severity vulnerabilities in the Chrome version for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Google released security updates to address a total of four high-severity vulnerabilities in the Chrome version for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Monitoring AWS Container Environments at Scale

In this eBook, learn how to monitor AWS container environments at scale with Datadog and which key metrics to monitor when leveraging two container orchestration systems (ECS and EKS).

Weekly Update 264

Troy Hunt

A lot of cyber things this week: loads of data breach (or "scrape", In LinkedIn's case) incidents, Windows 11 upgrade experiences and then bricking my house courtesy of a Home Assistant update that fundamentally changed the Tuya integration.

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Cloudflare Isn't Liable for Sites That Hawk Counterfeits

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A federal judge ruled that the content-delivery service doesn't "contribute" to copyright infringement. Security Security / Security News

Cox Media Group took down broadcasts after a ransomware attack

Security Affairs

American media conglomerate Cox Media Group (CMG) was hit by a ransomware attack that took down live TV and radio broadcast streams in June 2021.