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29 malicious PyPI packages spotted delivering the W4SP Stealer
Zero-day are exploited on a massive scale in increasingly shorter timeframes
RomCom RAT campaigns abuses popular brands like KeePass and SolarWinds NPM
The 10th edition of the ENISA Threat Landscape (ETL) report is out!
Cisco addressed several high-severity flaws in its products
LockBit ransomware gang claims the hack of Continental automotive group
250+ U.S. news sites spotted spreading FakeUpdates malware in a supply-chain attack
Experts link the Black Basta ransomware operation to FIN7 cybercrime gang
Updated TikTok Privacy Policy confirms that Chinese staff can access European users’ data
Fortinet fixed 16 vulnerabilities, 6 rated as high severity
Vitali Kremez passed away
4 Malicious apps on Play Store totaled +1M downloads
SandStrike, a previously undocumented Android malware targets a Persian-speaking religion minority
Dropbox discloses unauthorized access to 130 GitHub source code repositories
OpenSSL fixed two high-severity vulnerabilities
LockBit 3.0 gang claims to have stolen data from Thales
Experts warn of critical RCE in ConnectWise Server Backup Solution
Ransomware activity and network access sales in Q3 2022
Samsung Galaxy Store flaw could have allowed installing malicious apps on target devices
VMware warns of the public availability of CVE-2021-39144 exploit code
Actively exploited Windows Mark-of-the-Web zero-day received an unofficial patch
Wannacry, the hybrid malware that brought the world to its knees
Snatch group claims to have hacked military provider HENSOLDT France
GitHub flaw could have allowed attackers to takeover repositories of other users
Malicious dropper apps on Play Store totaled 30.000+ installations
Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss ‘s phone was allegedly hacked by Russian spies
German BKA arrested the alleged operator of Deutschland im Deep Web darknet market
BlackByte ransomware group hit Asahi Group Holdings, a precision metal manufacturing and metal solution provider
Air New Zealand warns of an ongoing credential stuffing attack

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