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|10,000+ unpatched ABUS Secvest home alarms can be deactivated remotely|
|Hackers are targeting Soliton FileZen file-sharing servers|
|A supply chain attack compromised the update mechanism of Passwordstate Password Manager|
|Boffins found a bug in Apple AirDrop that could leak users personal info|
|Bye Bye Emotet, law enforcement pushed the uninstall code via the botnet|
|CISA, NIST published an advisory on supply chain attacks|
|FBI shares with HIBP 4 million email addresses involved in Emotet attacks|
|Microsoft Defender uses Intel TDT technology against crypto-mining malware|
|Ransomware hit Guilderland Central School District near Albany|
|Shlayer macOS malware abuses zero-day to bypass Gatekeeper feature|
|Cloud misconfiguration, a major risk for cloud security|
|Google addresses a high severity flaw in V8 engine in Chrome|
|Naikon APT group uses new Nebulae backdoor in attacks aimed at military orgs|
|UK rail network Merseyrail hit by ransomware gang|
|An issue in the Linux Kernel could allow the hack of your system|
|Purple Lambert, a new malware of CIA-linked Lambert APT group|
|RotaJakiro Linux backdoor has flown under the radar since 2018|
|China-linked APT uses a new backdoor in attacks at Russian defense contractor|
|AgeLocker ransomware operation targets QNAP NAS devices|
|Babuk crew announced it will stop ransomware attacks|
|Flaws in the BIND software expose DNS servers to attacks|
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