Cybersecurity Daily News for Sept 1, 2021

STRRAT: a Java-based RAT that doesn’t need Java; Bangkok airlines hacked data leaked online; and new details on LockFile ransomware regarding, unique, intermittent encryption technique.

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Headlines

LockBit gang leaks Bangkok Airways data, hits Accenture customers – bleepingcomputer.com

Data stolen from Bangkok Air in ransomware attack published on the dark web – siliconangle.com

Dreamtime Supply to pay $1.18 million to Steadfast ICT following employee breaches – arnnet.com.au

Banksy NFT Scammer Returns £240,000 to Victim – infosecurity-magazine.com

Vulnerability Allows Remote DoS Attacks Against Apps Using Linphone SIP Stack – securityweek.com
CVE-2021-33056 – Belledonne Belle-sip before 4.5.20, as used in Linphone and other products, can crash via an invalid From header in a SIP message.

STRRAT: a Java-based RAT that doesn’t care if you have Java – isc.sans.edu

SEC Sanctions 8 Firms for ‘Deficient Cybersecurity Procedures’ – bankinfosecurity.com

LockFile Ransomware uses a new intermittent encryption technique – cyberclub.info

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