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|At least 4,460 vulnerable Pulse Connect Secure hosts are exposed to the Internet|
|US HHS warns healthcare orgs of Royal Ransomware attacks|
|CommonSpirit confirms data breach impacts 623K patients|
|Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 Day 3: Participants earned nearly $1 million|
|Cisco discloses high-severity flaw impacting IP Phone 7800 and 8800 Series|
|Experts devised a technique to bypass web application firewalls (WAF) of several vendors|
|Zombinder APK binding service used in multiple malware attacks|
|Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 Day 2: Participants earned $281K|
|Android app with over 5m downloads leaked user browsing history
APT37 used Internet Explorer Zero-Day in a recent campaign
|New Go-based botnet Zerobot exploits dozens of flaws|
|Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 hacking competition. Samsung S22 hacked|
|Sophos fixed a critical flaw in its Sophos Firewall version 19.5|
|Russia’s second-largest bank VTB Bank under DDoS attack|
|A flaw in the connected vehicle service SiriusXM allows remote car hacking|
|Ransomware Toolkit Cryptonite turning into an accidental wiper|
|Crook sentenced to 18 months for stealing $20M in SIM swapping attack|
|French hospital cancels operations after a ransomware attack|
|Exclusive: The largest mobile malware marketplace identified by Resecurity in the Dark Web
Critical Ping bug potentially allows remote hack of FreeBSD systems
|Lazarus APT uses fake cryptocurrency apps to spread AppleJeus Malware|
|Law enforcement agencies can extract data from thousands of cars’ infotainment systems|
|US DHS Cyber Safety Board will review Lapsus$ gang’s operations|
|New CryWiper wiper targets Russian entities masquerading as a ransomware|
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