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|Critical RCE affects older Diebold Nixdorf ATMs
|Facebook is going to stop Huawei pre-installing apps on mobile devices
|Millions of Exim mail servers vulnerable to cyber attacks
|CIA sextortion campaign, analysis of a well-organized scam
|CVE-2019-12735 – opening a specially crafted file in Vim or Neovim Editor could compromise your Linux system
|Microsoft warns of spam campaign exploiting CVE-2017-11882 flaw
|Retro video game website Emuparadise suffered a data breach
|Shanghai Jiao Tong University data leak – 8.4TB in email metadata exposed
|Spain extradites 94 Taiwanese to China phone and online fraud charges
|Adobe Patch Tuesday updates fix code execution issues in Campaign, ColdFusion, and Flash
|Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirms hack of a subcontractor
|CVE-2019-2725 Oracle WebLogic flaw exploited in cryptojacking campaign
|How Ursnif Evolves to Keep Threatening Italy
|MuddyWater APT group updated its multi-stage PowerShell backdoor Powerstats
|Vulnerability in WordPress Live Chat Plugin allows to steal and hijack sessions
|FIN8 Hacking Group is back with an improved version of the ShellTea Backdoor
|Google expert disclosed details of an unpatched flaw in SymCrypt library
|Microsoft Patch Tuesday security updates for June 2019 fix 88 flaws
|Radiohead releases a trove of stolen music in response to the hack
|RAMBleed, a new Side-Channel Attack that allows stealing sensitive data
|Flaw in Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome extension allows stealing data
|Massive DDos attack hit Telegram, company says most of junk traffic is from China
|Ransomware paralyzed production for at least a week at ASCO factories
|WAGO Industrial Switches affected by multiple flaws
|Dissecting NanoCore Crimeware Attack Chain
|French authorities released the PyLocky decryptor for versions 1 and 2
|Millions of Exim mail servers are currently under attack
|Mozilla addressed flaws in Thunderbird that allow code execution
|Yubico is replacing for free YubiKey FIPS devices due to security weakness
|Xenotime threat actor now is targeting Electric Utilities in US and APAC
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