[HackerNews] Researchers Leak PoC Exploit for a Critical Windows RCE Vulnerability

A proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit related to a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Windows Print Spooler and patched by Microsoft earlier this month was briefly published online before being taken down.
Identified as CVE-2021-1675, the security issue could grant remote attackers full control of vulnerable systems. Print Spooler manages the printing process in Windows, including loading

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[NCSC-NL] Domains used by Flubot malware now known

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Flubot is mobile-phone malware that spreads via links in SMS messages. Last month, the Dutch police warned of this malicious app and related misleading messages about packages. Currently, the domain names are know that the Flubot malware (version 4.6 and earlier) uses for communication with the command-and-control server. The NCSC has shared the list with […]

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[TheRecord] TSA to issue new cyber regulations for rail, aviation sectors

The Transportation Safety Administration will issue cybersecurity regulations later this year for “higher-risk’’ railroad and rail transit systems and the aviation sector, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced on Wednesday. The forthcoming rules from the Homeland Security Department component mark the Biden administration’s latest steps to boost the cyber defenses of critical infrastructure operators against […]

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[SecurityWeek] Zoom Introduces End-to-End Encrypted Phone Calls

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Zoom this week revealed that its users will be getting the option to encrypt their one-on-one phone calls courtesy of end-to-end encryption (E2EE) being expanded to Zoom Phone. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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