Afternoon Dessert – 2023-01-30


Welcome to another Afternoon Dessert breakout:

U.S. No Fly list shared on a hacking forum, government investigating
A U.S. No Fly list with over 1.5 million records of banned flyers and upwards of 250,000 ‘selectees’ has been shared publicly on a hacking forum. BleepingComputer has confirmed, the list is the same TSA No Fly list that was discovered recently on an unsecured CommuteAir server. […]
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JD Sports says hackers stole data of 10 million customers
UK sports apparel chain JD Sports is warning customers of a data breach after a server was hacked that contained online order information for 10 million customers. […]
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Shady reward apps on Google Play amass 20 million downloads
A new category of activity tracking applications has been having massive success recently on Google Play, Android’s official app store, having been downloaded on over 20 million devices. […]
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QNAP fixes critical bug letting hackers inject malicious code
QNAP is warning customers to install QTS and QuTS firmware updates that fix a critical security vulnerability allowing remote attackers to inject malicious code on QNAP NAS devices. […]
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GitHub revokes code signing certificates stolen in repo hack
GitHub says that unknown attackers have stolen encrypted code-signing certificates for its Desktop and Atom applications after gaining access to some of its development and release planning repositories. […]
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