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|Chinese hackers allegedly hit thousands of organizations using Microsoft Exchange|
|REvil Ransomware gang uses DDoS attacks and voice calls to make pressure on the victims|
|Russia-linked APT groups exploited Lithuanian infrastructure to launch attacks|
|Hackers compromised Microsoft Exchange servers at the EU Banking Regulator EBA|
|Microsoft updated MSERT to detect web shells used in attacks against Microsoft Exchange installs|
|The launch of Williams new FW43B car ruined by hackers|
|UnityMiner targets unpatched QNAP NAS in cryptocurrency mining campaign|
|Another French hospital hit by a ransomware attack|
|Apple fixes CVE-2021-1844 RCE that affects iOS, macOS, watchOS, and Safari|
|Microsoft releases ProxyLogon patches for unsupported Microsoft Exchange versions|
|SUPERNOVA backdoor that emerged after SolarWinds hack is likely linked to Chinese actors|
|A flaw in The Plus Addons for Elementor WordPress plugin allows sites takeover|
|Microsofts March Patch Tuesday fixes 14 Critical flaws|
|OVH data centers suffered a fire, many popular sites are offline|
|White hat hackers gained access more than 150,000 surveillance cameras|
|Expert publishes PoC exploit code for Microsoft Exchange flaws|
|F5 addresses critical vulnerabilities in BIG-IP and BIG-IQ|
|Hackers stole data from Norway parliament exploiting Microsoft Exchange flaws|
|RedXOR, a new powerful Linux backdoor in Winnti APT arsenal|
|10,000+ WeLeakInfo customer records leaked|
|Internet disruption in Russia coincided with the introduction of restrictions|
|Malspam campaign uses icon files to delivers NanoCore RAT|
|Researchers warn of a surge in cyber attacks against Microsoft Exchange|
|Experts found three new 15-year-old bugs in a Linux kernel module|
|New variant for Mac Malware XCSSET compiled for M1 Chips|
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