Vulnerabilities and security risks.
Ivanti products are under active zero-day exploitation. Phemedrone is a new open-source info-stealer. Bishop Fox finds exposed SonicWall firewalls. GitLab and VMware patch critical vulnerabilities. The Secret Service foils a phishing scam. Europol shuts down a cryptojacking campaign. Ransomware hits a Majorca municipality. RUSI looks at ransomware. Ben Yelin explains the New York Times going after OpenAI over the data scraping. And the sad case of an Ohio lottery winner.
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Guest and partner Ben Yelin joins us today to discuss “The Most Critical Elements of the FTC’s Health Breach Rulemaking.” Ben is the Program Director for Public Policy & External Affairs at the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security and Co-Host of N2K’s Caveat Podcast.
Ivanti Connect Secure zero-days now under mass exploitation (Bleeping Computer)
Windows SmartScreen flaw exploited to drop Phemedrone malware (Bleeping Computer)
GitLab Fixes Password Reset Bug That Allows Account Takeover (Security Boulevard)
US court docs expose fake antivirus renewal phishing tactics (Bleeping Computer)
Hacker spins up 1 million virtual servers to illegally mine crypto (Bleeping Computer)
Ransomware: Victim Insights on Harms to Individuals, Organisations and Society (Royal United Services Institute)
Cybersecurity incident delays payouts for big Ohio Lottery winners (Beacon Journal)
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