[BleepingComputer] D-Link issues hotfix for hard-coded password router vulnerabilities

D-Link has issued a hotfix to address multiple vulnerabilities in the DIR-3040 AC3000-based wireless internet router that can allow attackers to execute arbitrary code on unpatched routers, gain access to sensitive information, or crash the routers after triggering a denial of service state. […]

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[HackerNews] GitHub Revoked Insecure SSH Keys Generated by a Popular git Client

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Code hosting platform GitHub has revoked weak SSH authentication keys that were generated via the GitKraken git GUI client due to a vulnerability in a third-party library that increased the likelihood of duplicated SSH keys. As an added precautionary measure, the Microsoft-owned company also said it’s building safeguards to prevent vulnerable versions of GitKraken from adding newly […]

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[BleepingComputer] Healthcare giant Grupo Fleury hit by REvil ransomware attack

Brazilian medical diagnostic company Grupo Fleury has suffered a ransomware attack that has disrupted business operations after the company took its systems offline. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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[SecurityWeek] MDR Company Expel Raises $140 Million at Unicorn Valuation

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Managed detection and response (MDR) provider Expel on Thursday announced raising $140.3 million in a Series E funding round. Founded in 2016, the company has raised nearly $258 million in total and it’s now valued at more than $1 billion, earning it “unicorn” status. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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