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|Hacker accessed medical info at UMass Memorial Health|
|Reading INTERPOL the African Cyberthreat Assessment Report 2021|
|MITRE and CISA publish the 2021 list of most common hardware weaknesses|
|TrickBot member extradited to US faces up to 60 years in prison|
|ESET found a variant of the Hive ransomware that encrypts Linux and FreeBSD|
|Papua New Guinea ‘s finance ministry was hit by a ransomware|
|Police arrested 12 individuals involved in 1800 ransomware attacks worldwide|
|NSA and CISA explained how to prevent and detect lateral movement in 5G networks via cloud systems|
|Google fixes 2 new actively exploited zero-day flaws in Chrome|
|Microsoft found Shrootless bug in macOS that could bypass System Integrity Protection
Over 1 million WordPress sites affected by OptinMonster plugin flaws
|Wslink, a previously undescribed loader for Windows binaries|
|AbstractEmu, a new Android malware with rooting capabilities|
|German investigators identify crypto millionaire behind REvil operations|
|Crooks steal $130 million worth of cryptocurrency assets from Cream Finance|
|Avast releases free decrypters for AtomSilo and LockFile ransomware families|
|Grief ransomware gang hit US National Rifle Association (NRA)|
|Avast released a free decryptor for Babuk ransomware|
|The 9th edition of the ENISA Threat Landscape (ETL) report is out!|
|North Korea-linked Lazarus APT targets the IT supply chain
Operations at Iranian gas stations were disrupted today. Cyber attack or computer glitch?
|Dark HunTOR: Police arrested 150 people in dark web drug bustⓘ|
|Expert managed to crack 70% of a 5,000 WiFi network sample in Tel Aviv|
|Ranzy Locker ransomware hit tens of US companies in 2021|
|UltimaSMS subscription fraud campaign targeted millions of Android users|
|Kansas Man pleads guilty to hacking the Post Rock Rural Water District|
|Unknown ransomware gang uses SQL injection bug in BillQuick Web Suite to deploy ransomware|
|A critical RCE flaw affects Discourse software, patch it now!|
|Red TIM Research found two rare flaws in Ericsson OSS-RC component|
|Russia-linked Nobelium APT targets orgs in the global IT supply chain
NYT Journalist’s iPhone infected twice with NSO Group’sPegasus spyware
|Emsisoft created a free decryptor for past victims of the BlackMatter ransomware|
|TodayZoo phishing kit borrows the code from other kits|
|NATO releases its first strategy for Artificial Intelligence|
|Threat actors offer for sale data for 50 millions of Moscow drivers|
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