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[ThreatPost] Organizations Face a ‘Losing Battle’ Against Vulnerabilities

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Companies must take more ‘innovative and proactive’ approaches to security in 2022 to combat threats that emerged last year, researchers said. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[NCSC-FI News] GitHub announces enhanced 2FA experience for npm accounts

Today, GitHub has launched a new public beta to notably improve the two-factor authentication (2FA) experience for all npm user accounts Myles Borins, Open Source Product Manager at GitHub, said that the code hosting platform now allows npm accounts to register “multiple second factors, such as security keys, biometric devices, and authentication applications.” Source: Read […]

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[TheRecord] DDoS botnets, cryptominers target Azure systems after OMIGOD exploit goes public

Threat actors are attacking Azure Linux-based servers using a recently disclosed security flaw named OMIGOD in order to hijack vulnerable systems into DDoS or crypto-mining botnets. The attacks, which began on Thursday night, September 16, are fueled by a public proof-of-concept exploit that was published on the same day on code hosting website GitHub. The […]

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