Cyber security

VMware Warns of 3 New Critical Flaws Affecting Workspace ONE Assist Software

VMware has patched five security flaws affecting its Workspace ONE Assist solution, some of which could be exploited to bypass…

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Medibank Refuses to Pay Ransom After 9.7 Million Customers Exposed in Ransomware Hack

Australian health insurer Medibank today confirmed that personal data belonging to around 9.7 million of its current and former customers…

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Researchers Uncover 29 Malicious PyPI Packages Targeted Developers with W4SP Stealer

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered 29 packages in Python Package Index (PyPI), the official third-party software repository for the Python programming…

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Microsoft Warns of Uptick in Hackers Leveraging Publicly-Disclosed 0-Day Vulnerabilities

Microsoft is warning of an uptick in the nation-state and criminal actors increasingly leveraging publicly-disclosed zero-day vulnerabilities for breaching target…

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Researchers Detail New Malware Campaign Targeting Indian Government Employees

The Transparent Tribe threat actor has been linked to a new campaign aimed at Indian government organizations with trojanized versions…

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Researchers Detail Azure SFX Flaw That Could’ve Allowed Attackers to Gain Admin Access

Cybersecurity researchers have shared more details about a now-patched security flaw in Azure Service Fabric Explorer (SFX) that could potentially…

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Chinese Hackers Targeting Online Casinos with GamePlayerFramework Malware

An advanced persistent threat (APT) group of Chinese origin codenamed DiceyF has been linked to a string of attacks aimed…

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Сryptocurrency and Ransomware — The Ultimate Friendship

Both cryptocurrency and ransomware are nothing new in the digital world; both have been there for a very long time,…

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Chinese ‘Spyder Loader’ Malware Spotted Targeting Organizations in Hong Kong

The China-aligned espionage-focused actor dubbed Winnti has set its sights on government organizations in Hong Kong as part of an…

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Hackers Increasingly Using WebAssembly Coded Cryptominers to Evade Detection

As many as 207 websites have been infected with malicious code designed to launch a cryptocurrency miner by leveraging WebAssembly…

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