[SecurityWeek] How Low-level Hackers Access High-end Malware

Hacking tool downloads from underground forums are increasing, and the tools are becoming more sophisticated; low-level hackers are gaining access to hacked versions of sophisticated tools; access broking is growing; and existing tools are repurposed for more aggressive attacks.

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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Says SolarWinds Serv-U Zero-Day Exploited by Chinese Group

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