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|· Millions of mobile phones and laptops potentially exposed to attack leveraging baseband zero-days|
|· ATMitch – Crooks stole $800,000 from 8 ATMs in Russia using Fileless Malware|
|· Researchers warn of a Windows Zero-Day Attack observed in the wild|
|· How to get admin credentials from TP-Link M5350 3G/Wi-Fi modem with a text message|
|· Alleged Russian hacker arrested in Spain reportedly over US Presidential Election Hack|
|· Symantec confirms that Longhorn group is tied to CIA operators detailed in Vault 7|
|· Dridex banking Trojan campaign exploited Microsoft Word 0day recently revealed|
|· 2017 OWASP Top 10 is out, you can submit your comment until June|
|· G7 DECLARATION ON RESPONSIBLE STATES BEHAVIOR IN CYBERSPACE|
|· Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes three flaws actively exploited in attacks in the wild|
|· The Mirai botnet is back and includes a Bitcoin Mining component|
|· Watch out! Shadow Brokers dump includes remote root exploits for Solaris boxes|
|· Tens of thousands of compromised routers abused in WordPress attacks|
|· Hackers can steal PINs and Passwords capturing data from smartphone sensors|
|· CVE-2017-0199 Zero Day exploit used to deliver FINSPY spyware|
|· Critical bug in SAP TREX affects SAP HANA and other applications|
|· Hundreds of thousands Magento e-shops are exploited to hack due to an unpatched flaw|
|· CVE-2016-10229 Linux remote code execution flaw potentially exposes systems at risk of hack|
|· Cisco warns of two critical issues in IOS and Apache Struts|
|· Shadows Brokers released another archive that suggests NSA compromised a SWIFT system|
|· Watch out, the Riddle vulnerability affects some Oracle MySQL versions. Update them now|
|· Microsoft says it has fixed exploits leaked by Shadow Brokers in March|
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