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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Confirms ‘PrintNightmare’ is New Windows Security Flaw

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Microsoft late Thursday acknowledged a severe security vulnerability in the Print Spooler utility that ships by default on Windows and warned that the bug exposes users to computer takeover attacks. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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Podcast appearance: Null Hype episode 3

“Joining us (each from our own, highly equipped professional home studios) are Riku Juurikko and Antti Kurittu. We talk about influencing, the triggers and ponder upon how a simple meme can move a whole nation.” Listen to it here and follow Null Hype on Twitter here.

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[SecurityWeek] Tulsa Computer System Hacks Stopped by Security Shutdown

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Most residents of Tulsa are being prevented from paying their water bills after the city shut down its computer network as a security measure following an attempted ransomware attack, a city official said Friday. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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