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Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net).

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  • Pwn2Own Vancouver 2024 has ended with security researchers collecting $1,132,500 after demoing 29 zero-days (and some bug collisions).

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Windows 11 Notepad finally gets spellcheck and autocorrect

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KDE advises extreme caution after theme wipes Linux user's files

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Unsaflok flaw can let hackers unlock millions of hotel doors

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Evasive Sign1 malware campaign infects 39,000 WordPress sites

  • A previously unknown malware campaign called Sign1 has infected over 39,000 websites over the past six months, causing visitors to see unwanted redirects and popup ads.

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Exploit released for Fortinet RCE bug used in attacks, patch now

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Microsoft confirms Windows Server issue behind domain controller crashes

  • Microsoft confirmed that a memory leak introduced with the March 2024 Windows Server security updates is behind a widespread issue causing Windows domain controllers to crash.

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Windows 11, Tesla, and Ubuntu Linux hacked at Pwn2Own Vancouver

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New Windows Server updates cause domain controller crashes, reboots

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Spa Grand Prix email account hacked to phish banking info from fans

  • Hackers hijacked the official contact email for the Belgian Grand Prix event and used it to lure fans to a fake website promising a €50 gift voucher.

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New ‘Loop DoS’ attack may impact up to 300,000 online systems

  • A new denial-of-service attack dubbed 'Loop DoS' targeting application layer protocols can pair network services into an indefinite communication loop that creates large volumes of traffic.

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GitHub’s new AI-powered tool auto-fixes vulnerabilities in your code

  • GitHub introduced a new AI-powered feature capable of speeding up vulnerability fixes while coding. This feature is in public beta and automatically enabled on all private repositories for GitHub Advanced Security (GHAS) customers

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Ivanti fixes critical Standalone Sentry bug reported by NATO

  • Ivanti warned customers to immediately patch a critical severity Standalone Sentry vulnerability reported by NATO Cyber Security Centre researchers.

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UK bakery Greggs is latest victim of recent POS system outages

  • UK bakery chain Greggs is the latest victim of recent point of sale system outages that forced store closures at large retail chains over the past few weeks.

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