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|It is time to re-evaluate Cyber-defence solutions|
|New Zealand central bank hit by a cyber attack|
|TeamTNT botnet now steals Docker API and AWS credentials|
|Connecting the dots between SolarWinds and Russia-linked Turla APT|
|Experts found gained access to the Git Repositories of the United Nations|
|Russian hacker Andrei Tyurin sentenced to 12 years in prison|
|Source code for malware that targets Qiui Cellmate device was leaked online|
|Ubiquiti discloses a data breach|
|Bitdefender releases free decrypter for Darkside ransomware|
|EMA: Some of Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine data was leaked online|
|Police took down DarkMarket, the worlds largest darknet marketplace|
|Sophisticated hacking campaign uses Windows and Android zero-days|
|Sunspot, the third malware involved in the SolarWinds supply chain attack|
|Attackers targeted Accellion FTA in New Zealand Central Bank attack|
|Data collection cheat sheet: how Parler, Twitter, Facebook, MeWes data policies compare|
|Rogue Android RAT emerges from the darkweb|
|CAPCOM: 390,000 people impacted in the recent ransomware Attack|
|CISA warns of recent successful cyberattacks against cloud service accounts|
|Cisco addresses a High-severity flaw in CMX Software|
|Classiscam expands to Europe: Russian-speaking scammers lure Europeans to pages mimicking classifieds|
|Expert discovered a DoS vulnerability in F5 BIG-IP systems|
|Operation Spalax, an ongoing malware campaign targeting Colombian entities|
|Cisco says its RV routers will no longer receive updates|
|Expert launched Malvuln, a project to report flaws in malware|
|Signal is down for multiple users worldwide|
|Winnti APT continues to target game developers in Russia and abroad|
|Jokers Stash, the largest carding site, is shutting down|
|Siemens fixed tens of flaws in Siemens Digital Industries Software products|
|Two kids found a screensaver bypass in Linux Mint|
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