My Shared Links — Week 35/2022

Xavier «X» Santolaria
4 min readSep 5, 2022

Collection of the resources and links I have found insightful and shared during week #35 of 2022.

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FBI’s team to investigate massive cyberattack in Montenegro

A rapid deployment team of FBI cyber experts is heading to Montenegro to investigate a massive, coordinated attack on the tiny Balkan nation’s government and its services, the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs announced Wednesday.

Montenegrin officials said Russia has a strong motive for such an attack because the Balkan state, once considered a strong Russian ally, joined NATO in 2017 despite strong opposition from the Kremlin. It has also joined Western sanctions against Moscow because of its invasion of Ukraine in February.

Upcoming Advisories

The following is a list of #vulnerabilities discovered by Zero Day Initiative researchers that are yet to be publicly disclosed.

Chrome patches 24 security holes, enables “Sanitizer” safety system

Google’s latest Chrome browser, version 105, is out, and includes 24 security fixes, though none of them are reported as “in-the-wild”, which means that there weren’t any zero-days patched this time.

Nevertheless, there’s one vulnerability dubbed Critical, and a further eight rated High.

Experts Find Malicious Cookie Stuffing Chrome Extensions Used by 1.4…

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Xavier «X» Santolaria

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