[ZDNet] Disinformation for hire: PR firms are the new battleground for Facebook

Facebook’s head of security policy has testified before an Australian Parliamentary inquiry that his company has witnessed an increasing use of marketing firms or PR agencies that are essentially hired to run disinformation campaigns.

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[ZDNet] Bug bounties: Here’s how much Microsoft paid out to security researchers last year

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Microsoft’s bug bounty payments have flattened out but still remain large. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[SecurityWeek] Threat Actor Abuses Microsoft’s WHCP to Sign Malicious Drivers

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