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Possible Involvement of an AI Chatbot in the Creation of This Malware Attack

While investigating a new phishing scheme from hacking group TA547, Proofpoint security researchers discover code that suggests part of the attack was created using an AI chatbot.

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The Best Business Password Managers for 2024

These top-rated password managers help you make sure employees are using strong passwords for work accounts.

Easily Protect as Many Devices as You Need with IPVanish VPN

While pricey, IPVanish VPN is fast, covers an impressive portion of the globe with its servers, and lets you connect an unlimited number of devices at the same time.

Apple Warns Users in 92 Countries About 'Mercenary Spyware' Threat

On Wednesday, the company sent out an alert to select iPhone users about detecting a 'targeted mercenary spyware attack.'

AT&T Hit With Dozens of Class-Action Lawsuits Following Data Breach

AT&T also appears to revise its estimate of affected users from 73 million to 51 million.

Microsoft's Poor Cloud Security Exposed Internal Company Data, Researchers Find

A cybersecurity firm reports that it was easily able to access Microsoft data on a server because the tech giant didn't password-protect it.

Second Ransomware Group Demands UnitedHealth Pay for Stolen Data

The RansomHub gang suggests it pulled off the UnitedHealth hack but was ironically swindled out of the $22 million ransom by the ALPHV/Blackcat group and now wants a payday of its own.

How to Remove Your Personal Information From Google Search

Looking for more privacy? Here's how to remove your phone number, email, physical address, and lots of other personal data about yourself from Google's search results.

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