[BleepingComputer] GitHub now scans for accidentally-exposed PyPI, RubyGems secrets

GitHub has recently expanded its secrets scanning capabilities to repositories containing PyPI and RubyGems registry secrets. The move helps protect millions of applications built by Ruby and Python developers who may inadvertently be committing secrets and credentials to their public GitHub repos. […]

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[SecurityWeek] Secretive Israeli Exploit Company Behind Wave of Zero-Day Exploits

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A secretive Israeli commercial surveillance company named after a parasitic freshwater fish is being blamed for supplying Windows and Chrome zero-day exploits to nation-state APT actors. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] Microsoft’s teasing spawns theories about upcoming Windows event

Ever since Microsoft announced its upcoming Windows press event, fans have been analyzing every piece of content they create. This has led to some interesting theories, collected below, about the next version of Windows. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-03-28

Krebs: No, I Did Not Hack Your MS Exchange Server krebsonsecurity.com/2021/03/no-i-did-not-hack-your-ms-exchange-server/ The Shadowserver Foundation says it has found 21, 248 different Exchange servers which appear to be compromised by a backdoor and communicating with brian[.]krebsonsecurity[.]top. The malware runs Windows Defender, which is a security product Microsoft ships with Windows devices that can help block attacks […]

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