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|Avaddon Ransomware gang hacked France-based Acer Finance and AXA Asia|
|MSBuild tool used to deliver RATs filelessly|
|Pakistan-linked Transparent Tribe APT expands its arsenal|
|Two flaws could allow bypassing AMD SEV protection system|
|Bitcoin down: 51% attack? No, put the blame on Elon Musk|
|Expert released PoC exploit code for Windows CVE-2021-31166 bug|
|Discovery of Simps Botnet Leads To Ties to Keksec Group|
|European Council extends sanctions against foreign threat actors|
|DarkSide ransomware made $90 million since October 2020|
|Blind SQL Injection flaw in WP Statistics impacted 600K+ sites|
|Russian citizen Anton Bogdanov sentenced to 5 years for cyber tax fraud scheme|
|STRRAT RAT spreads masquerading as ransomware|
|Indonesia ‘s government confirms social security data breach for some citizens|
|Microsoft SimuLand, an open-source lab environment to simulate attack scenarios|
|Report: how cybercriminals abuse API keys to steal millions|
|Air India suffered a data breach, 4.5 million customers impacted|
|Conti Ransomware hit 16 US health and emergency Services, said FBI|
|Foreign hackers breached Russian federal agencies, said FSB|
|Qlocker ransomware leverages HBS flaw to infect QNAP NAS devices|
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