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|Is the recent accident at Iran Natanz nuclear plant a cyber attack?|
|Joker malware infected 538,000 Huawei Android devices|
|Personal data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online|
|Fitch Ratings: Cyberattacks could pose a material risk to water and sewer utilities|
|LinkedIn confirmed that it was not a victim of a data breach|
|Two former NSA Officials appointed by Joe Biden for prominent cyber roles|
|Adobe addresses two critical vulnerabilities in Photoshop|
|Expert publicly released Chromium-based browsers exploit demonstrated at Pwn2Own 2021|
|Experts released PoC exploit code for a critical RCE in QNAP NAS devices|
|Expired certificate caused a Pulse Secure VPN global scale outage|
|Microsoft fixes 2 critical Exchange Server flaws reported by the NSA|
|Millions of devices impacted by NAME:WRECK flaws|
|FBI silently removed web shells planted on Microsoft Exchange servers in the US|
|FireEye: 650 new threat groups were tracked in 2020|
|Sweden blames Russia for Swedish Sports Confederation hack|
|WhatsApp flaws could have allowed hackers to remotely hack mobile devices|
|April 2021 Security Patch Day fixes a critical flaw in SAP Commerce|
|Cyber thieves move $760 million stolen in the 2016 Bitfinex heist|
|For the second time in a week, a Google Chromium zero-day released online|
|US Gov sanctions Russia and expels 10 diplomats over SolarWinds hack|
|Critical RCE can allow attackers to compromise Juniper Networks devices|
|Lazarus BTC Changer. Back in action with JS sniffers redesigned to steal crypto|
|Mirai code re-use in Gafgyt|
|Russia-linked APT SVR actively targets these 5 flaws|
|6 out of 11 EU agencies running Solarwinds Orion software were hacked|
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