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Critical bug in Everscale wallet could've let attackers steal cryptocurrencies.

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Critical Bug in Everscale Wallet Could've Let Attackers Steal Cryptocurrencies

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New BotenaGo Malware Variant Targeting Lilin Security Camera DVR Devices

A new variant of an IoT botnet called BotenaGo has emerged in the wild, specifically singling out Lilin security camera DVR devices to infect them with Mirai malware. Dubbed "Lilin Scanner" by Nozomi Networks, the latest version is designed to exploit a two-year-old critical command injection ...

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FBI Warns of BlackCat Ransomware That Breached Over 60 Organisations Worldwide

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is sounding the alarm on the BlackCat ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS), which it said victimized at least 60 entities worldwide between as of March 2022 since its emergence last November. Also called ALPHV and Noberus, the ransomware is notable for ...

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T-Mobile Admits Lapsus$ Hackers Gained Access to its Internal Tools and Source Code

Telecom company T-Mobile on Friday confirmed that it was the victim of a security breach in March after the LAPSUS$ mercenary gang managed to gain access to its networks. The acknowledgment came after investigative journalist Brian Krebs shared internal chats belonging to the core members of the ...

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Atlassian Drops Patches for Critical Jira Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

Atlassian has published a security advisory warning of a critical vulnerability in its Jira software that could be abused by a remote, unauthenticated attacker to circumvent authentication protections. Tracked as CVE-2022-0540, the flaw is rated 9.9 out of 10 on the CVSS scoring system and resides ...

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