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Threatsploit Adversary Report
Jun 2022

  • Edition-46

  • Updated Date: June 03 , 2022



“As cybersecurity leaders, we have to create our message of influence because security is a culture and you need the business to take place and be part of that security culture.”  — Britney Hommertzheim

Britney is right, that's for sure. Cybersecurity has a culture, just like any other culture. This can only be done if companies and top executives know what's going on in the world. And it's our job to make you aware of this. So, what's been going on in the past month?

An attacker only needs to be able to send messages to a victim through Zoom chat over XMPP protocol. The end of the game. Yes, Zoom is what we're talking about. The most important parts of this month's report are how and why this happened, how it has changed things, and what can be done about it.

A group of cybercrooks made hundreds of rubber clones of fingerprints, whose images they copied along with name & Aadhar card from south of Haryana. This news has shocked all of us. How cybercrooks are exploiting others and vulnerable population.

Razor pay were unable to reconcile receipt of ? 7,38,36,192 against 831 transactions.Only to realise that a cyberfraudster is manupulating the authorisation process of payment gateway to authenticate 831 failed transaction. Razor pay attorney has filed the suit & police is looking for the fraudster. Razor pay is ISO 27001, SOC2, PCI DSS certified, yet, this happens. No one is safe oline, we can only harden the security layer.

These are the most important parts of this month's report. Aside from that, you should care about 23 other pieces of news. Another important story is that someone broke into Ferrari's subdomain to make fake NFTs. This month's news comes from many different fields. From the government, to health to airlines. We see that no one is safe online and that all industries are at risk.

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