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[TheRecord] EFF to deprecate HTTPS Everywhere extension as HTTPS is becoming ubiquitous

The Electronic Frontier Foundation said it is preparing to retire the famous HTTPS Everywhere browser extension after HTTPS adoption has picked up and after several web browsers have introduced HTTPS-only modes. “After the end of this year, the extension will be in ‘maintenance mode’ for 2022,” said Alexis Hancock, Director of Engineering at the EFF. Maintenance […]

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[SecurityWeek] Flaws in Moxa Railway Devices Could Allow Hackers to Cause Disruptions

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Railway Communication Devices Made by Moxa Affected by 60 Vulnerabilities Railway and other types of wireless communication devices made by Taiwan-based industrial networking and automation firm Moxa are affected by nearly 60 vulnerabilities. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] New PetitPotam attack allows take over of Windows domains

A new NTLM relay attack called PetitPotam has been discovered that allows threat actors to take over a domain controller, and thus an entire Windows domain. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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