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Weekly Cyber Threat Report, September 12 – 16, 2022

Welcome to CyberIntelMag’s weekly roundup! A place where you can find the most important stories in the cybersecurity world from the past week.

The Good News

This week’s good news includes Trend Micro addressing another Apex One flaw, Microsoft fixing 63 vulnerabilities in its latest update, a tax fraud ringleader selling children’s stolen identities being sent to prison, new BIOS updates for Lenovo addressing security flaws in several devices, and much more.


The Bad News

This week’s bad news includes Iranian APT42 targeting dissidents and activists with espionage attacks, new Browser-in-the-Browser exploits being used to obtain Steam accounts, the legislature of Argentina’s capital city facing a ransomware attack, malware spreading via FishPig distribution server for infecting Magneto-powered stores, phishing pages embedding keylogger to steal credentials, Starbucks Singapore saying customer data was illicitly accessed in a data breach incident, modified RATs being employed by webworm hackers in recent cyberespionage operations, and much more.

Customized Windows-based remote access trojans (RATs), some of which are supposedly in the testing or pre-deployment stages, have been linked to the threat actor known as Webworm.

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