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AtlasVPN Linux Zero-Day Disconnects Users, Reveals IP Addresses
All it takes is a simple copy-paste to undo a VPN service used by millions worldwide.
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A secretive phishing cabal boasts a sophisticated affiliate network and a modular, custom toolset that's claiming victims on three continents.
Google's Souped-up Chrome Store Review Process Foiled by Data-Stealer
Researchers have discovered that despite Google's adoption of the Manifest V3 security standard to protect against malicious plug-ins, attackers can still get bad extensions past its review process.
MinIO Cyberattack Showcases Fresh Corporate Cloud Vector
The open source object storage service was the target of a never-before-seen attack on corporate cloud services, which researchers said should put DevOps in particular on notice.
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The group, best known for 2016 US election interference and other attacks on Ukraine, used phishing emails offering pictures of women to lure its victim into opening a malicious attachment.
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