Welcome to the 29th 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 Prasanna, Sinwindie, Devesh Chande, Hartoyo Wahyu, and Miguel Calles.
Business Giant Xerox Allegedly Suffers Ransomware Attack
Maze ransomware operators have updated their list of victims adding Xerox Corporation to the roster. It appears that the encryption routine had completed on June 25.
Police Arrest 746 As Encrypted Message Platform Hack Disrupts Organized Crime In Europe
The cracking of an encrypted global communications network used by organized criminals leads to biggest ever law enforcement operation in the U.K.
Critical Flaw Opens Palo Alto Networks Firewalls and VPN Appliances To Attack, Patch ASAP!
Palo Alto Networks has patched a critical and easily exploitable vulnerability (CVE-2020-2021) affecting PAN-OS and is urging users to update ASAP.
GW Announces Launch of ‘ISIS Files’ Public Digital Repository
GW launched its ISIS Files repository, a virtual public repository features a selection of the 15,000 digitized pages from the documents collected in Iraq by New York Times journalist Rukmini Callimachi and a team of Iraqi translators.
Zimperium Discovers MobOk Malware Left Undetected by Mobile AV Industry for Months
zLabs researchers discovered a new variant of the MobOk campaign. Samples found evaded VirusTotal; some are still available on Google Play Store.
Operators of Android hacking kit impersonate postal services in US and Europe - CyberScoop
Cybereason has revealed how FakeSpy’s operators have been impersonating various postal services in attacks on users in the U.S., China and Europe.