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[TheRecord] New German government coalition promises not to buy exploits

The three political parties set to form the new German government have agreed to stop buying zero-day vulnerabilities and limit the government’s future use of monitoring software (spyware). The Green Party, the Social Democratic Party (SPD), and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) entered into a government coalition last month, and their new joint government cabinet […]

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[SecurityWeek] BlackBerry Researchers Dive Into Prometheus TDS Operations

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BlackBerry’s security researchers have closely analyzed the Prometheus TDS (Traffic Direction System) and discovered a correlation with a leaked Cobalt Strike SSL key pair, as well as with various malware families. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[HackerNews] Okta Says Security Breach by Lapsus$ Hackers Impacted Only Two of Its Customers

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Identity and access management provider Okta on Tuesday said it concluded its probe into the breach of a third-party vendor in late January 2022 by the LAPSUS$ extortionist gang. Stating that the “impact of the incident was significantly less than the maximum potential impact” the company had previously shared last month, Okta said the intrusion impacted only two customer […]

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