Lunch Time Nibbles – 2022-12-21


Welcome to another Lunch Time breakout:

GodFather Android malware targets 400 banks, crypto exchanges
An Android banking malware named ‘Godfather’ has been targeting users in 16 countries, attempting to steal account credentials for over 400 online banking sites and cryptocurrency exchanges. […]
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Ransomware Hackers Using New Way to Bypass MS Exchange ProxyNotShell Mitigations
Threat actors affiliated with a ransomware strain known as Play are leveraging a never-before-seen exploit chain that bypasses blocking rules for ProxyNotShell flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server to achieve remote code execution (RCE) through Outlook Web Access (OWA).
“The new exploit method bypasses URL rewrite mitigations for the Autodiscover endpoint,” CrowdStrike researchers Brian Pitchford,
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GodFather Android Banking Trojan Targeting Users of Over 400 Banking and Crypto Apps
An Android banking trojan known as GodFather is being used to target users of more than 400 banking and cryptocurrency apps spanning across 16 countries.
This includes 215 banks, 94 crypto wallet providers, and 110 crypto exchange platforms serving users in the U.S., Turkey, Spain, Italy, Canada, and Canada, among others, Singapore-headquartered Group-IB said in a report shared with The Hacker
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Raspberry Robin Worm Strikes Again, Targeting Telecom and Government Systems
The Raspberry Robin worm has been used in attacks against telecommunications and government office systems across Latin America, Australia, and Europe since at least September 2022.
“The main payload itself is packed with more than 10 layers for obfuscation and is capable of delivering a fake payload once it detects sandboxing and security analytics tools,” Trend Micro researcher Christopher So 
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