Hi friends,

I hope this week's issue finds you well!

Nothing special to report on my end, except for the fact that it's finally chilly enough for a sweater outside and I'm loving it. I'm an autumn person, what can I say. I'm off for a walk soon, and I hope you enjoy the read :-)


Dieter Van der Stock

Breaches and leaks

  • Microsoft AI researchers exposed 38TB of sensitive internal data, including signing keys and Teams messages: link.
  • Ransomware group issues statement on MGM breach: link.
  • ORBCOMM trucking fleet management suffered outage by ransomware: link.
  • Hackers breached International Criminal Court’s systems: link.
  • TransUnion denies it was hacked, links leaked data to 3rd party: link.
  • T-Mobile app glitch let users see other people's account info: link.
  • Pizza Hut Australia warns 193,000 customers of a data breach: link.
  • Several Colombian government ministries hampered by ransomware attack: link.
  • Air Canada says hackers accessed limited employee records during cyberattack: link.
  • Canada blames border checkpoint outages on cyberattack: link.
  • Cyberattack on Kansas town affects email, phone, payment systems: link.
  • Clorox warns of product shortages a month after disclosing cyberattack: link.
Dieter Van der Stock

Issues and fixes

  • Apple emergency updates fix 3 new zero-days exploited in attacks: link.
  • Thousands of Juniper devices vulnerable to unauthenticated RCE flaw: link.
  • GitLab urges users to install security updates for critical pipeline flaw: link.
  • Trend Micro fixes endpoint protection zero-day used in attacks: link.
  • Hikvision Intercoms allow snooping on neighbors: link.
Dieter Van der Stock