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BleepingComputer.com: Latest cybersecurity news

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"Dashline password manager opened-sourced its Android and iOS apps." Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cybercrime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 05 February 2023, 2142 UTC. Content supplied by "BleepingComputer.com." Source:  https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ (Latest cybersecurity news from "BleepingComputer.com"). Please click link or scroll down to read your selections.  Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net and https://paper.li/RussellRoberts). LATEST ARTICLES   SECURITY Dashlane password manager open-sourced its Android and iOS apps Dashlane announced it had made the source code for its Android and iOS apps available on GitHub under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 license. BILL TOULAS   FEBRUARY 05, 2023   12:17 PM     0   SECURITY ,   CRYPTOCURRENCY New Dingo crypto token found charging a 99% transaction fee Researchers at IT security company Ch

Bleepingcomputer.com: Latest Cybersecurity News

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 "Malicious PyPi packages create CloudFlare Tunnels to bypass firewalls." Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cybercrime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 08 January 2023, 1432 UTC.  Content provided by "Bleepingcomputer.com." Source: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net and https://paper.li/RussellRoberts). LATEST ARTICLES   DEALS Gain new programming skills with this premium training bundle deal The demand for coding skills is growing fast, even in areas where code is secondary to other work. This 14-course bundle can broaden your knowledge of code for $24.99, 99% off the $2786 MSRP. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER DEALS   JANUARY 08, 2023   08:12 AM     0   SECURITY Malicious PyPi packages create CloudFlare Tunnels to bypass firewalls Six malicious packages on PyPI, the Python Package Index, were found installing information-stealin