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This week we are joined by, Selena Larson from Proofpoint, who is discussing their research, "Bumblebee Buzzes Back in Black." Bumblebee is a sophisticated downloader used by multiple cybercriminal threat actors and was a favored payload from its first appearance in March 2022 through October 2023 before disappearing. After a four month hiatus, Proofpoint researchers found that the downloader retu
A court orders NSO Group to hand over their source code. The Five Eyes reiterate warnings about Ivanti products. Researchers demonstrate a generative AI worm. Fulton County calls LockBit’s bluff. SMS codes went unprotected online. Golden Corral serves up a buffet of personal data. Ransom demands continue to climb. A US Senator calls on the FTC to investigate auto industry privacy practices. Dressi

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