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|A massive fraud operation used mobile device emulators to steal millions from online bank accounts|
|SolarWinds hackers also breached the US NNSA nuclear agency|
|Clop ransomware gang paralyzed flavor and fragrance producer Symrise|
|Dell Wyse ThinOS flaws allow hacking think clients|
|SUPERNOVA, a backdoor found while investigating SolarWinds hack|
|Zero-day exploit used to hack iPhones of Al Jazeera employees|
|Bulletproof VPN services took down in a global police operation|
|Researchers shared the lists of victims of SolarWinds hack|
|VMware and Cisco also impacted by the SolarWinds hack|
|Cellebrite claims to be able to access Signal messages|
|Research: nearly all of your messaging apps are secure|
|Google reported that Microsoft failed to fix a Windows zero-day flaw|
|Millions of devices could be hacked exploiting flaws targeted by tools stolen from FireEye|
|CrowdStrike releases free Azure tool to review assigned privileges|
|DDoS amplify attack targets Citrix Application Delivery Controllers (ADC)|
|North Korea-linked Lazarus APT targets the COVID-19 research|
|The Russian cryptocurrency exchange Livecoin hacked on Christmas Eve|
|GoDaddy apologized for insensitive phishing email sent to its employees offering a fake bonus|
|REvil gang threatens to release intimate pictures of celebs who are customers of The Hospital Group|
|The Emotet botnet is back and hits 100K recipients per day|
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