Welcome to the 28th edition of the Secjuice Squeeze, a curated selection of interesting security articles and infosec news that you may have missed, lovingly prepared for you every week. We have been away for a few weeks and this edition will be longer than usual. This week's volume compiled by Secjuice writers Sinwindie, Prasanna, Mike Peterson, Hartoyo Wahyu, and Miguel Calles.
Stalker Online hacked! Over one million gamers' passwords made available for download
More than one million players of the video game Stalker Online have been put at risk after hackers offered them for sale on the darknet.
‘BlueLeaks’ Exposes Files from Hundreds of Police Departments
Hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the United States were leaked online last week. The collection, dubbed "BlueLeaks" and made searchable via a new website by the same name, stems from a security breach at a Texas web design and hosting company that maintains a number of state law enforcement…
ARM-based Japanese supercomputer is now the fastest in the world
Fugaku is being used in COVID-19 research.
Hackers use Google Analytics to steal credit cards, bypass CSP
Hackers are using Google's servers and the Google Analytics platform to steal credit card information submitted by customers of online stores.
WikiLeaks Founder Charged in Superseding Indictment
A federal grand jury returned a second superseding indictment today charging Julian P. Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, with offenses that relate to Assange’s alleged role in one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States.
European bank suffers biggest PPS DDoS attack, new botnet suspected
A bank in Europe was the target of a huge distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that sent to its networking gear a flood of 809 million packets per second (PPS).
Satori Botnet Creator Sentenced to 13 Months in Prison
The creator of the Satori/Okiru, Masuta and Tsunami/Fbot botnets has been sentenced to prison for compromising hundreds of thousands of devices.
Warning: ‘Invisible God’ Hacker Sold Access To More Than 135 Companies In Just Three Years
Cybersecurity researchers believe they’ve uncloaked a Kazakhstan national responsible for a massive three-year hacking campaign selling access to well over 100 company networks.
Russian hackers Evil Corp target US workers at home
Hackers are using a new computer virus to hold company files to ransom for millions of dollars.
Docker servers infected with DDoS malware in extremely rare attacks | ZDNet
Most Docker servers are usually infected with cryptocurrency-mining malware.
Owner of Cardplanet credit card market gets 9 years in prison
A 30-year old Russian national named Aleksey Yurievich Burkov was sentenced today to nine years in prison for running Cardplanet and Direct Connection, two sites that facilitated payment card fraud, computer hacking, and other cybercrimes.
Nationwide Facial Recognition Ban Proposed By Lawmakers
Lawmakers proposed a new bill that would ban the use of facial recognition by law enforcement nationwide.
The Next El Chapo Is Coming for Your Smartphone
Once known for drug running, Latin American organized crime is poised to break into the digital bank-robbing business.
South Korea Looks to Track Crypto Transactions in Light of Recent Scandal
A South Korean government agency aims to trace crypto transactions conducted on the dark web by developing an AI-based software.