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|· A new flaw in Electron poses a risk to apps based on the framework|
|· Malicious package containing Bytecoin cryptocurrency miner found on the Ubuntu Snap Store|
|· UK mobile operator EE left a critical code system exposed with a default password|
|· Chilis restaurant chain is the last victim of a Payment Card Breach|
|· Critical Flaws in PGP and S/MIME Tools – Immediately disable tools that automatically decrypt PGP-encrypted email|
|· Nigelthorn malware infected over 100,000 systems abusing Chrome extensions|
|· PANDA Banker malware used in several campaigns aimed at banks, cryptocurrency exchanges and social media|
|· Researchers disclosed details of EFAIL attacks on in PGP and S/MIME tools. Experts believe claims are overblown|
|· Adobe issued security updates for 47 vulnerabilities in Acrobat DC and Reader|
|· Dutch Government plans to phase out the use of Kaspersky solutions|
|· Hackers shared technical details of a Code Injection flaw in Signal App|
|· Massive DDoS attack hit the Danish state rail operator DSB|
|· Rail Europe North America hit by payment card data breach|
|· Anonymous defaced Russia govt website against Telegram ban|
|· Mysterious hackers ingenuously reveal two Zero-Days to security community|
|· Operation Hotel – Ecuador spent millions on spy operation for Julian Assange|
|· Red Hat Linux DHCP Client affected by a command injection flaw, patch it now!|
|· Mexican central bank confirmed that SWIFT hackers stole millions of dollars from Mexican Banks|
|· Nethammer – Exploiting Rowhammer attack through network without a single attacker-controlled line of code|
|· Russian Telegrab malware harvesting Telegram Desktop credentials, cookies, desktop cache, and key files|
|· A New Mexico man sentenced to 15 Years in jail for DDoS Attacks and possession of firearms|
|· CISCO issued security updates to address three critical flaws in Cisco DNA Center|
|· Satori Botnet is targeting exposed Ethereum mining pools running the Claymore mining software|
|· The new Wicked Mirai botnet leverages at least three new exploits|
|· A dataset of 200 million PII exfiltrated from several Japanese websites offered on underground market|
|· Chrome evolves security indicators by marking with a red warning for HTTP content|
|· More than 800,000 DrayTek routers at risks due to a mysterious zero-day exploit|
|· Updated – The new Wicked Mirai botnet leverages at least three new exploits|
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