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 July 25, 2023
LATEST SECURITY NEWS & COMMENTARY
China Propaganda Spreads via US News Sites, Freelancers, Times Square
A widespread disinformation campaign aimed at Americans wasn't that effective, but it was certainly creative, even slipping in influence articles to legitimate news outlets like AZCentral.com.
KillNet's Kremlin Connection Unclear as the Cybercrime Collective Grows
KillNet is amassing members, capabilities, and know-how, as it looks to consolidate cybercrime power under its own umbrella.
North Korean Cyberspies Target GitHub Developers
The North Korean APT is setting up legitimate accounts on GitHub and social media platforms to pose as developers or recruiters — ultimately to fool targets into loading npm repositories with malicious code.
Orgs Face Record $4.5M Per Data Breach Incident
Cl0p stands to make $100M on the MOVEit campaign, and according to a just-released survey, more than half of businesses are willing to pass data breach costs onto customers.
Atlassian RCE Bugs Plague Confluence, Bamboo
The security vulnerabilities allow full takeover of Atlassian instances, so admins should patch now.
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Employees now have the freedom to work wherever they want, which brings new challenges for security teams trying to protect data.
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Organizations running Linux distributions need to prepare to defend their systems against ransomware attacks. Steps to ensure resiliency and basics such as access control reduce major disruptions.

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Detections of rootkit attacks against businesses in the United Arab Emirates are up 167% in 2023, with an increased view of their use in the Middle East overall.

The Dark Side of AI
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