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| |Google Patches Two New Zero‑day Flaws In Chrome The last three weeks have seen a bumper crop of patches for zero-day bugs across software from Google, Apple and Microsoft
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| |Hungry For Data, ModPipe Backdoor Hits POS Software Used In Hospitality Sector Backdoor authors show deep knowledge of the targeted POS software, decrypting database passwords from Windows registry values
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| |Microsoft Patch Tuesday Fixes 17 Critical Flaws, Windows Zero‑day The second Tuesday of the month brings another fresh batch of fixes for security vulnerabilities in various Microsoft products
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| |Why You Should Keep Your Netflix Password To Yourself Sharing is caring – except when it isn’t. Here’s why you shouldn’t share your password for online media services with other people.
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| |Patch Tuesday, November 2020 Edition Adobe and Microsoft each issued a bevy of updates today to plug critical security holes in their software. Microsofts release includes fixes for 112 separate flaws, including one zero-day vulnerability that is already being exploited to...
| |Data On Millions Of Hotel Guests Exposed In Cloud Storage Leak The cache of data sitting wide open on a server included full names, national ID numbers and credit card data
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| |Ransomware Group Turns To Facebook Ads Its bad enough that many ransomware gangs now have blogs where they publish data stolen from companies that refuse to make an extortion payment. Now, one crime group has started using hacked Facebook accounts to run ads publicly pressuring...
| |WOW64!Hooks: WOW64 Subsystem Internals And Hooking Techniques Microsoft is known for their backwards compatibility. When theyrolled out the 64-bit variant of Windows years ago they needed toprovide compatibility with existing 32-bit applications. In order toprovide seamless execution regardless of...
| |Body Found In Canada Identified As Neo-Nazi Spam King The body of a man found shot inside a burned out vehicle in Canada three years ago has been identified as that of Davis Wolfgang Hawke, a prolific spammer and neo-Nazi who led a failed anti-government march on Washington, D.C. in 1999,...
| |Gaming Company Capcom Hit By Cyberattack The developer of popular video game franchises took swift action to prevent the attack from spreading further across its systems
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