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[SANS ISC] And Ransomware Just Got a Bit Meaner (yes… it is possible), (Thu, May 20th)

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Ransomware has been evolving, and each evolution appears to be a bit “meaner” than the first. Early ransomware targeted consumers. Encrypting baby pictures, or tax records, motivated users to pay in some cases a few hundred dollars to get their data back. The attacker went for easy targets and with that for easy money. But […]

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[HackerNews] Update Google Chrome ASAP to Patch 2 New Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaws

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Google on Thursday pushed urgent security fixes for its Chrome browser, including a pair of two new security weaknesses that the company said are being exploited in the wild, making them the fourth and fifth actively zero-days plugged this month alone. The issues, designed as CVE-2021-37975 and CVE-2021-37976, are part of a total of four patches, […]

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[ZDNet] New ransomware: CISA warns over FiveHands file-encrypting malware variant

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New malware has already been used in a cyberattack against one organisation. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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