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|EU leaders aim at boosting defense and security, including cybersecurity|
|New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia hacked again|
|ByteDance agreed to pay $92M in US privacy Settlement for TikTok data collection|
|Gootkit delivery platform Gootloader used to deliver additional payloads|
|Intern caused ‘solarwinds123 password leak, former SolarWinds CEO says|
|NSA embraces the Zero Trust Security Model|
|Alleged China-linked APT41 group targets Indian critical infrastructures|
|Distributor of Asian food JFC International hit by Ransomware|
|French multinational dairy Lactalis hit by a cyber attack|
|Pwn20wnd released the unc0ver v 6.0 jailbreaking tool|
|Attackers took over the Perl.com domain in September 2020|
|Bug bounty hunter awarded $50,000 for a Microsoft account hijack flaw|
|Clop ransomware gang leaks data allegedly stolen from cybersecurity firm Qualys|
|Cyber Defense Magazine – March 2021 has arrived. Enjoy it!|
|Data Breach: Millions of Phone Numbers, Recordings, and Call Logs Compromised in Ringostat Data Leak|
|Four zero-days in Microsoft Exchange actively exploited in the wild|
|Google fixes Critical Remote Code Execution issue in Android System component|
|The Ursnif Trojan has hit over 100 Italian banks|
|CISA emergency directive urges to fix Microsoft Exchange zero-days|
|Group-IB: ransomware empire prospers in pandemic-hit world. Attacks grow by 150%|
|GRUB2 boot loader maintainers fixed hundreds of flaws|
|Sunshuttle, the fourth malware allegedly linked to SolarWinds hack|
|VMware addresses Remote Code Execution issue in View Planner|
|Five privilege escalation flaws fixed in Linux Kernel|
|GoldMax, GoldFinder, and Sibot, 3 new malware used by SolarWinds attackers|
|Managed Services provider CompuCom by Darkside ransomware|
|Millions of travelers of several airlines impacted by SITA data breach|
|Microsoft releases IOC Detection Tool for Microsoft Exchange Server flaws|
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