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Fortra Discloses Critical Auth Bypass Vuln in GoAnywhere MFT
PoC exploit code for flaw is publicly available, heightening breach risks for users of the managed file-transfer technology.
Atlassian Tightens API After Hacker Scrapes 15M Trello Profiles
The company hasn't acknowledged responsibility for the incident, although allowing scraping paves the way for dangerous follow-on attacks.
Jason's Deli Accounts Compromised by Credential Stuffing
Deli Dollars loyalty accounts hit with stolen credentials from the Dark Web, potentially exposing the personal data of more than 340,000 customers.
Kasseika Ransomware Linked to BlackMatter in BYOVD Attack
An emerging actor is the latest to deploy a tactic that terminates AV processes and services before deploying its payload; the campaign is part of a bigger "bring your own vulnerable driver" trend.
CISA's Water Sector Guide Puts Incident Response Front & Center
As cyberattackers increasingly target water suppliers and wastewater utilities, the US federal government wants to help limit the impact of destructive attacks.
ChatGPT Cybercrime Discussions Spike to Nearly 3K Posts on Dark Web
And there were an additional 3,000 comments posted to the Dark Web about the sale of stolen ChatGPT accounts.
Filling the Cybersecurity Talent Gap
Veterans are ideal candidates to close the skills gap and create the industry needed to meet security threats head-on.
(Sponsored Article) Identity Protection 101: Building a Modern ITDR Practice
Identities are your new corporate security boundary. Put the right identity threat detection and response (ITDR) in place before it's too late.
Millions at Risk As 'Parrot' Web Server Compromises Take Flight
The cyberattackers behind the traffic redirection system (TDS) inject websites with malicious scripts, have control over thousands of servers worldwide, and have ramped up efforts to avoid detection.

Learning From Ukraine's Pioneering Approaches to Cybersecurity
Ukraine's tactical and strategic cybersecurity approach in the intense warfare environment offers a blueprint for organizations aiming to fortify their cyber defenses.

Days After Google, Apple Reveals Exploited Zero-Day in Browser Engine
The new bug is Apple's 12th WebKit zero-day in the last year, highlighting the increasing enterprise exposure to browser-borne threats.

Days After Google, Apple Reveals Exploited Zero-Day in Browser Engine
The new bug is Apple's 12th WebKit zero-day in the last year, highlighting the increasing enterprise exposure to browser-borne threats.

Hook Younger Users With Cybersecurity Education Designed for Them
Security should not be treated as one-size-fits all, and that is doubly true when it comes to security awareness education. Training should be customized by age, learning styles, and preferred media if it is to be effective.

Researchers Map AI Threat Landscape, Risks
With the rush to adopt large language models, companies have not thought through all of the security implications to their businesses. Two groups of researchers tackle the questions.

AI Learning Initiative Launches for UAE Women
The effort will train 100 women in technology and cybersecurity around artificial intelligence concepts.
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