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[TheRecord] Microsoft fixes OMIGOD bugs in secret Azure app

As part of its monthly Patch Tuesday security updates, Microsoft has patched a collection of four vulnerabilities in OMI, a mostly unknown application that the company has been silently installing on most Linux-based Azure virtual machines and related systems. Called Open Management Infrastructure (OMI), the app is the Linux equivalent of Microsoft’s Windows Management Infrastructure […]

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[BleepingComputer] Cross-browser tracking vulnerability tracks you via installed apps

Researchers have developed a way to track a user across different browsers on the same machine by querying the installed applications on the device. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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[NCSC-NL] Disable Kaseya VSA: possible ransomware attack via supply chain underway

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Kaseya, supplier of IT management software, has announced it is currently investigating a potential ransomware incident. Cybersecurityfirm Huntress Labs poses that Kaseya has been the victim of a supply-chain attack, which results in customers using the VSA product potentially being targeted with the REvil-ransomware. VSA is a remote management tool that is broadly used by […]

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