Welcome to 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 Prasanna, Sinwindie, Thunder-Son, Muhammad Luqman, and Manmeet Singh Bhatia.
Someone Just Emptied Out a Bitcoin Wallet With $964,000,000 In It
It's not yet clear if a hacker made off with a gigantic payday, or if the wallet's secretive and long-dormant owner just came out of retirement.
DOJ says it seized over $1 billion in bitcoin from the Silk Road drugs marketplace
More than 70,000 bitcoin generated from the Silk Road marketplace had sat dormant for seven years.
Capcom hit by Ragnar Locker ransomware, 1TB allegedly stolen
Japanese game developer Capcom has suffered a ransomware attack where threat actors claim to have stolen 1TB of sensitive data from their corporate networks in the US, Japan, and Canada.
iOS 14.2: Apple Just Gave iPhone Users 24 Security Reasons To Update Now
Apple has just released iOS 14.2, with a hefty list of 24 security fixes, some of which are for serious issues.
Update Your iOS Devices Now — 3 Actively Exploited 0-Days Discovered
Update Your Apple iOS Devices Now — 3 Actively Exploited 0-Days Discovered by Google.
Brazil's court system under massive RansomExx ransomware attack
Brazil's Superior Court of Justice was hit by a ransomware attack on Tuesday during judgment sessions that were taking place over video conference.
FBI: Hackers stole source code from US government agencies and private companies
FBI blames intrusions on improperly configured SonarQube source code management tools.
Zoom Snooping: How Body Language Can Spill Your Password
Researchers figure out how to read what people are typing during a Zoom call using shoulder movements.
Hackers Can Grab Passwords By Watching Your Shoulders Move On Zoom
Hacking threats often come from unexpected directions; this latest attack method is a case in point.
U.S. Cyber Command Expands Operations to Hunt Hackers From Russia, Iran and China
Building on a 2018 effort, Cyber Command sent teams to Europe, the Middle East and Asia to learn more about how adversaries could threaten the election this year.
New Gitpaste-12 Botnet Exploits 12 Known Vulnerabilities
Researchers discover a new worm and botnet dubbed Gitpaste-12 for its ability to spread via GitHub and Pastebin.