[BleepingComputer] Rapid7 source code, credentials accessed in Codecov supply-chain attack

US cybersecurity firm Rapid7 has disclosed that some source code repositories were accessed in a security incident linked to the supply-chain attack that recently impacted customers of the popular Codecov code coverage tool. […]

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[ThreatPost] Microsoft Patch Tuesday Fixes 6 In-The-Wild Exploits, 50 Flaws

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[SecurityWeek] Cybersecurity Companies Join Forces Against Controversial DMCA Section

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[BleepingComputer] BazarBackdoor sneaks in through nested RAR and ZIP archives

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