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|BlackByte Ransomware abuses vulnerable driver to bypass security solutions|
|Unpatched remote code execution flaw in Zimbra Collaboration Suite actively exploited|
|VMware fixed a high-severity bug in vCenter Server|
|Fortinet urges customers to immediately fix a critical authentication bypass flaw in FortiGate and FortiProxy|
|Hacker stole $566 million worth of Binance Coins from Binance Bridge|
|LilithBot Malware, a new MaaS offered by the Eternity Group|
|Watch out, a bug in Linux Kernel 5.19.12 can damage displays on Intel laptops|
|Cisco fixed two high-severity bugs in Communications, Networking Products
City of Tucson Data Breach impacted 123,500 individuals
|19-Year-Old man arrested for misusing leaked record from Optus Breach|
|“Egypt Leaks” – Hacktivists are Leaking Financial Data|
|Avast releases a free decryptor for some Hades ransomware variants|
|New Maggie malware already infected over 250 Microsoft SQL servers|
|Telstra Telecom discloses data breach impacting former and current employees|
|OnionPoison: malicious Tor Browser installer served through a popular Chinese YouTube channel|
|A flaw in the Packagist PHP repository could have allowed supply chain attacks|
|Lazarus APT employed an exploit in a Dell firmware driver in recent attacks|
|Linux Cheerscrypt ransomware is linked to Chinese DEV-0401 APT group
Microsoft mitigations for recently disclosed Exchange zero-days can be easily bypassed
|RansomEXX gang claims to have hacked Ferrari and leaked online internal documents|
|Finnish intelligence warns of Russia’s cyberespionage activities|
|Reflected XSS bugs in Canon Medical ’s Vitrea View could expose patient info|
|BlackCat ransomware gang claims to have hacked US defense contractor NJVC|
|German police identified a gang that stole €4 million via phishing attacks|
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