[BleepingComputer] Microsoft warns Azure customers of critical Cosmos DB vulnerability

Microsoft has warned thousands of Azure customers that a now-fixed critical vulnerability found in Cosmos DB allowed any user to remotely take over other users’ databases by giving them full admin access without requiring authorization. […]

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[HackerNews] A New Variant of FlawedGrace Spreading Through Mass Email Campaigns

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[BleepingComputer] The Week in Ransomware – June 4th 2021 – Where’s the beef?

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