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Microsoft Edge is testing a new video translation feature

  • Microsoft Edge's latest Canary update has an innovative feature: video translation. This feature translates YouTube videos in real-time, and it allegedly supports four languages.

  • Malaysian police

Police takes down BulletProftLink large-scale phishing provider

  • The notorious BulletProftLink phishing-as-a-service (PhaaS) platform that provided more than 300 phishing templates has been seized, the Royal Malaysian Police announced.

  • Outlook

Microsoft fixes Outlook Desktop bug causing slow saving issues

  • Microsoft has resolved a known issue causing significant delays for Microsoft 365 customers when saving attachments in Outlook Desktop.

  • Mr. Cooper

Mortgage giant Mr. Cooper says customer data exposed in breach

  • Mr. Cooper, the largest home loan servicer in the United States, says it found evidence of customer data exposed during a cyberattack disclosed last week, on October 31.

  • North Korean hackers

Microsoft: BlueNoroff hackers plan new crypto-theft attacks

  • Microsoft warns that the BlueNoroff North Korean hacking group is setting up new attack infrastructure for upcoming social engineering campaigns on LinkedIn.

  • Hacker Screens

Hackers breach healthcare orgs via ScreenConnect remote access

  • Security researchers are warning that hackers are targeting multiple healthcare organizations in the U.S. by abusing the ScreenConnect remote access tool.

  • Windows

Microsoft extends Windows Server 2012 ESUs to October 2026

  • Microsoft provides three more years of Windows Server 2012 Extended Security Updates (ESUs) until October 2026, allowing administrators more time to upgrade or migrate to Azure.

  • Maine

Maine govt notifies 1.3 million people of MOVEit data breach

  • The State of Maine has announced that its systems were breached after threat actors exploited a vulnerability in the MOVEit file transfer tool and accessed personal information of about 1.3 million, which is close to the state's entire population.

  • McLaren Healthcare

McLaren Health Care says data breach impacted 2.2 million people

  • McLaren Health Care (McLaren) is notifying nearly 2.2 million people of a data breach that occurred between late July and August this year, exposing sensitive personal information.

  • The Rise of Ransomware in Healthcare: What IT Leaders Need to Know

The Rise of Ransomware in Healthcare: What IT Leaders Need to Know

  • Ransomware attacks are rapidly becoming the weapon of choice, making up over half of all attacks in the healthcare industry. Learn more from Specops Software on securing your organization from these attacks.

  • KAVX

Kyocera AVX says ransomware attack impacted 39,000 individuals

  • Kyocera AVX Components Corporation (KAVX) is sending notices of a data breach exposing personal information of 39,111 individuals following a ransomware attack.

  • Cloudflare

Cloudflare website downed by DDoS attack claimed by Anonymous Sudan

  • Cloudflare is investigating an ongoing outage causing 'We're sorry" Google errors to be shown on the company's website.

  • ICBC

World’s largest commercial bank ICBC confirms ransomware attack

  • The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is restoring systems and services following a ransomware attack that disrupted the U.S. Treasury market, causing equities clearing issues.

  • Windows Server

Microsoft shares temp fix for broken Windows Server 2022 VMs

  • Microsoft publicly acknowledged a known issue causing Windows Server 2022 virtual machine (VM) blue screens and boot failures on VMware ESXi hosts.

  • CPU-Z

Google ads push malicious CPU-Z app from fake Windows news site

  • A threat actor has been abusing Google Ads to distribute a trojanized version of the CPU-Z tool to deliver the Redline info-stealing malware.

  • Hacker ransomware

Microsoft: SysAid zero-day flaw exploited in Clop ransomware attacks

  • Threat actors are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in the service management software SysAid to gain access to corporate servers for data theft and to deploy Clop ransomware.



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