Welcome to the 37th edition of the Secjuice Squeeze, a curated selection of interesting security articles and infosec news that you may have missed, lovingly curated for you every week. This week's volume was curated by Secjuice writers Sinwindie, Prasanna, and Muhammad Luqman.
Norway's parliament says it was hit by 'significant' cyber attack
The Norwegian parliament suffered a cyber attack during the past week and the e-mail accounts of several elected members as well as employees were hacked, the national assembly and a counter-intelligence agency said on Tuesday.
ThiefBot: A New Android Banking Trojan Targeting Turkish Banking Users
Recently an android banking bot is being advertised on a hacking forum named as ThiefBot which seems to be targeting Turkish banking users.
Attackers abuse Google DNS over HTTPS to download malware
More details have emerged on a malware sample that uses Google DNS over HTTPS to retrieve the stage 2 malicious payload.
A New Botnet Is Covertly Targeting Millions of Servers
FritzFrog has been used to try and infiltrate government agencies, banks, telecom companies, and universities across the US and Europe.
New KryptoCibule Windows malware is a triple threat for cryptocurrency users
The malware has been active since late 2018 and has targeted users in the Czech Republic and Slovakia primarily (for now).
The IRS Wants to Buy Tools to Trace Privacy-Focused Cryptocurrency Monero
The agency is offering up to $1 million dollars for developers who can create technologies to track Monero and Bitcoin Lightning Network transactions.