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The Final Hop Weekly Cybersecurity Roundup: Week 31, 2023

By TFH,

Published on Aug 5, 2023   —   3 min read

Welcome to this week's cybersecurity roundup, where we delve into the most pressing issues and developments in the digital security landscape. From sophisticated malware attacks on the world's largest software registry to the anticipation of the premier cybersecurity event, DEFCON 31, we cover a wide range of topics that matter to developers, cybersecurity enthusiasts, and everyday internet users. This roundup also includes an exploration of the unique search engine Shodan, a look into the hidden trojan threat in AWS, and an analysis of the rising macOS threats in the dark web. We also shed light on the activities of APT31, a nation-state actor linked to China, and the recent Minecraft mods vulnerability, "BleedingPipe". Lastly, we discuss the future of cyber attacks and report on a current cyber attack on Israel's largest oil refinery operator, BAZAN Group.

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