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[ThreatPost] Unsuccessful Conti Ransomware Attack Still Packs Costly Punch

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Separate attacks last week on the country’s Department of Health and Health Service Executive forced the shutdown of networks and services that still haven’t been fully restored. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[SecurityWeek] Google Announces Rewards for Tsunami Security Scanner Plugins

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Google this week announced that it is offering monetary payouts to individuals who help expand the detection capabilities of the Tsunami security scanner. Two types of contributions are currently accepted in the experimental reward program, namely vulnerability detection plugins and web application fingerprints. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] Chinese espionage tool exploits vulnerabilities is 58 widely used websites

A security researcher has discovered a web attack framework developed by a suspected Chinese government hacking group and used to exploit vulnerabilities in 58 popular websites to collect data on possible Chinese dissidents. Fifty-seven of the sites are popular Chinese portals, while the last is the site for US newspaper, the New York Times. In […]

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