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Exploit out for critical Realtek flaw affecting many networking devices

Par : Ionut Ilascu
Exploit code has been released for a critical vulnerability affecting networking devices with Realtek's RTL819x system on a chip (SoC), which are estimated to be in the millions. [...]
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Windows KB5012170 update causing BitLocker recovery screens, boot issues

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Windows users who have installed a new KB5012170 security update for Secure Boot have encountered various issues, ranging from boots failing with BitLocker Recovery prompts to performance issues. [...]
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Google fixes fifth Chrome zero-day bug exploited this year

Par : Bill Toulas
Google has released a security update for Chrome browser that addresses close to a dozen vulnerabilities, including a zero-day flaw that is being exploited in the wild. [...]
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Malware devs already bypassed Android 13's new security feature

Par : Bill Toulas
Android malware developers are already adjusting their tactics to bypass a new 'Restricted settings' security feature introduced by Google in the newly released Android 13. [...]
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Malicious PyPi packages turn Discord into password-stealing malware

Par : Bill Toulas
A dozen malicious PyPi packages have been discovered installing malware that modifies the Discord client to become an information-sealing backdoor and stealing data from web browsers and Roblox. [...]
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North Korean hackers use signed macOS malware to target IT job seekers

Par : Ionut Ilascu
North Korean hackers from the Lazarus group have been using a signed malicious executable for macOS to impersonate Coinbase and lure in employees in the financial technology sector. [...]
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New Windows PowerToys OCR tool will let you copy text from images

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Microsoft PowerToys is getting a new utility called PowerOCR that lets you select text in an image and copy it directly to the Windows clipboard. [...]
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BlackByte ransomware gang is back with new extortion tactics

Par : Lawrence Abrams
The BlackByte ransomware is back with version 2.0 of their operation, including a new data leak site utilizing new extortion techniques borrowed from LockBit. [...]
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Apple security updates fix 2 zero-days used to hack iPhones, Macs

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Apple has released emergency security updates today to fix two zero-day vulnerabilities previously exploited by attackers to hack iPhones, iPads, or Macs. [...]
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Amazon fixes Ring Android app flaw exposing camera recordings

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Amazon has fixed a high-severity vulnerability in the Amazon Ring app for Android that could have allowed hackers to download customers' saved camera recordings. [...]
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LibreOffice 7.4 released with MS Office compatibility improvements

Par : Bill Toulas
LibreOffice 7.4 has been released, bringing multiple improvements, fixes, and the introduction of minor productivity-focused features across the entire suite's programs. [...]
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Microsoft Sysmon can now block malicious EXEs from being created

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Microsoft has released Sysmon 14 with a new 'FileBlockExecutable' option that lets you block the creation of malicious executables, such as EXE, DLL, and SYS files, for better protection against malware. [...]
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Winnti hackers split Cobalt Strike into 154 pieces to evade detection

Par : Bill Toulas
​The Chinese Winnti hacking group, also known as 'APT41' or 'Wicked Spider,' targeted at least 80 organizations last year and successfully breached the networks of at least thirteen. [...]
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Google blocks largest HTTPS DDoS attack 'reported to date'

Par : Ionut Ilascu
A Google Cloud Armor customer was hit with a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack over the HTTPS protocol that reached 46 million requests per second (RPS), making it the largest ever recorded of its kind. [...]
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Janet Jackson's music video is now a vulnerability for crashing hard disks

Par : Ax Sharma
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation music video of 1989 has officially been declared a security vulnerability as it freezes some models of hard drives on older computers. [...]
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Android malware apps with 2 million installs found on Google Play

Par : Bill Toulas
A new batch of thirty-five Android malware apps that display unwanted advertisements was found on the Google Play Store, with the apps installed over 2 million times on victims' mobile devices. [...]
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Apple releases Safari 15.6.1 to fix zero-day bug used in attacks

Par : Lawrence Abrams
Apple has released Safari 15.6.1 for macOS Big Sur and Catalina to fix a zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild to hack Macs. [...]
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LockBit claims ransomware attack on security giant Entrust

Par : Lawrence Abrams
The LockBit ransomware gang has claimed responsibility for the June cyberattack on digital security giant Entrust. [...]
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Russian APT29 hackers abuse Azure services to hack Microsoft 365 users

Par : Bill Toulas
The state-backed Russian cyberespionage group Cozy Bear has been particularly prolific in 2022, targeting Microsoft 365 accounts in NATO countries and attempting to access foreign policy information. [...]
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