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|PayPal addresses reflected XSS bug in user wallet currency converter|
|The kingpin behind Jokers Stash retires with a billionaire exit|
|France agency ANSSI links Russias Sandworm APT to attacks on hosting providers|
|French and Ukrainian police arrested Egregor ransomware affiliates/partners in Ukraine|
|The malicious code in SolarWinds attack was the work of 1,000+ developers|
|VMware fixes command injection issue in vSphere Replication|
|A new Bluetooth overlay skimmer block chip-based transactions|
|Hackers abusing the Ngrok platform phishing attacks|
|Popular SHAREit app is affected by severe flaws yet to be fixed|
|Telegram flaw could have allowed access to users secret chats|
|Centreon says that recently disclosed campaigns only targeted obsolete versions of its open-source software|
|Latin American Javali trojan weaponizing Avira antivirus legitimate injector to implant malware|
|ScamClub malvertising gang abused WebKit zero-day to redirect to online gift card scams|
|US DoJ charges three members of the North Korea-linked Lazarus APT group|
|Credential stuffing attack hit RIPE NCC: Members have to enable 2FA|
|SolarWinds hackers had access to components used by Azure, Intune, and Exchange|
|The OpenSSL Project addressed three vulnerabilities|
|WatchDog botnet targets Windows and Linux servers in cryptomining campaign|
|Experts spotted the first malware tailored for Apple M1 Chip, it is just the beginning|
|Hackers steal credit card data abusing Googles Apps Script|
|New Masslogger Trojan variant exfiltrates user credentials|
|Privacy bug in the Brave browser exposes Tor addresses to users DNS provider|
|Sequoia Capital Venture Capital firm discloses a data breach|
|Silver Sparrow, a new malware infects Mac systems using Apple M1 chip|
|SonicWall releases second firmware updates for SMA 100 vulnerability|
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