Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-06-27

Builder for Babuk Locker ransomware leaked online

therecord.media/builder-for-babuk-locker-ransomware-leaked-online/ The builder for the Babuk Locker ransomware was leaked online this week, allowing easy access to an advanced ransomware strain to any would-be criminal group looking to get into the ransomware scene with little to no development effort

Google announces unified vulnerability schema to strengthen open-source security

security.googleblog.com/2021/06/announcing-unified-vulnerability-schema.html The Open Source Vulnerabilities (OSV) database was released in February with the goal of automating and improving vulnerability triage for developers and users of open source software. Google is now expanding OSV to several key open-source ecosystems: Go, Rust, Python, and DWF.

Tesla shows off the AI supercomputer training

www.theregister.com/2021/06/27/in_brief_ai/ Tesla is using a 1.8-exaFLOP AI supercomputer packed with 5, 760 GPUs that train neural networks it hopes one day will power autonomous vehicles.

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