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  1. HashiCorp is the latest victim of Codecov supply-chain attack Open-source software tools and Vault maker HashiCorp has disclosed a security incident that occurred due to the recent Codecov attack. HashiCorp, a Codecov customer, has stated that the recent Codecov supply-chain attack aimed at collecting developer credentials led to the exposure of HashiCorp's GPG signing key. The private key is used by HashiCorp to sign and verify software releases, and has since been rotated as a precaution. HashiCorp discloses code-signing key compromise T
  2. Popular Codecov code coverage tool hacked to steal dev credentials Codecov online platform for hosted code testing reports and statistics announced on Thursday that a threat actor had modified its Bash Uploader script, exposing sensitive information in customers’ continuous integration (CI) environment. The company learned of the compromise on April 1st but the investigation determined that the first signs of this software supply-chain attack occurred in late January. Bash Uploader changes started in January Codecov provides tools that help develop
  3. New XcodeSpy malware targets iOS devs in supply-chain attack A malicious Xcode project known as XcodeSpy is targeting iOS devs in a supply-chain attack to install a macOS backdoor on the developer's computer. Xcode is a free application development environment created by Apple that allows developers to create applications that run on macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Like other development environments, it is common for developers to create projects that perform specific functions and share them online so that other developers can add them to thei
  4. Copycat researchers imitate supply chain attack that hit tech giants This week, over 150 new packages have been published to the npm open-source repository named after private components being internally used by major companies. These npm packages are identical to the proof-of-concept packages created by Alex Birsan, the researcher who had recently managed to infiltrate over major 35 tech firms and walk away with over six-figures in bug bounty rewards. Within 48 hours of Birsan's disclosure going public, copycat actors began pushing similar pack
  5. Researcher hacks Microsoft, Apple, more in novel supply chain attack A researcher managed to breach over 35 major companies' internal systems, including Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, Shopify, Netflix, Yelp, Tesla, and Uber, in a novel software supply chain attack. The attack comprised uploading malware to open source repositories including PyPI, npm, and RubyGems, which then got distributed downstream automatically into the company's internal applications. Unlike traditional typosquatting attacks that rely on social engineering tactics or the victim
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