Week in review: Uber hacked, QNAP NAS devices under attack, 5 Kali Linux books to read this year

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, articles, interviews and videos:

Thousands of QNAP NAS devices hit by DeadBolt ransomware (CVE-2022-27593)
QNAP Systems has provided more information about the latest DeadBolt ransomware campaign targeting users of its network-attached storage (NAS) devices and the vulnerability the attackers are exploiting (CVE-2022-27593).

5 Kali Linux books you should read this year
Kali Linux is a Linux distribution designed for digital forensics, penetration testing, security research, and reverse engineering. Here is a selection of books for different experience levels, you can either start from scratch or get advanced tips – there’s something for everyone.

Apple fixes actively exploited zero-day in macOS, iOS (CVE-2022-32917)
Apple has fixed a slew of vulnerabilities in macOS, iOS, and iPadOS, including a zero-day kernel vulnerability (CVE-2022-32917) exploited by attackers in the wild.

U-Haul reports data breach, customers’ info exposed
U.S. moving and storage rental company U-Haul has suffered a data breach due to an unauthorized person having accessed an unspecified number of rental contracts, U-Haul’s parent company Amerco has revealed in a last week.

Microsoft fixes exploited zero-day in the Windows CLFS Driver (CVE-2022-37969)
September 2022 Patch Tuesday is here, with fixes for 64 CVE-numbered vulnerabilities in various Microsoft products, including one zero-day (CVE-2022-37969) exploited by attackers.

Phishers take aim at Facebook page owners
Phishers are looking to trick owners of Facebook pages with fake notices from the social network (i.e., Meta, the company behind Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp), in an attempt to get them to part with sensitive information.

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