A Typhoon counter.
The U.S. counters a Chinese hacking campaign. Juniper issues out of band patches. Schneider Electric suffers a ransomware attack. Over a million and a half individuals are affected by an insurance consulting firm breach. AT&T finds DarkGate malware leveraging Microsoft teams. The White House is set to require AI developers to share safety test results. Resecurity finds high level credentials posted online. Zscaler says Zloader malware is back. The Georgia county prosecuting former President Trump got hit with a cyberattack. Microsoft’s Ann Johnson speaks with guest Deneen DeFiore, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at United Airlines, about cybersecurity at 35,000 feet. And yesterday’s airborne joker is off the hook.
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Ann Johnson, host of Microsoft Security’s Afternoon Cyber Tea podcast, talks with guest Deneen DeFiore, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at United Airlines, about cybersecurity at 35,000 feet.
China-Linked Hackers Target Myanmar's Top Ministries with Backdoor Blitz (The Hacker News)
Schneider Electric confirms it was hit by ransomware attack (Silicon Republic)
Hundreds of network operators’ credentials found circulating in Dark Web (Security Affairs)
New ZLoader Malware Variant Surfaces with 64-bit Windows Compatibility (The Hacker News)
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