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[HackerNews] Ransomware Gangs Exploiting Windows Print Spooler Vulnerabilities

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Ransomware operators such as Magniber and Vice Society are actively exploiting vulnerabilities in Windows Print Spooler to compromise victims and spread laterally across a victim’s network to deploy file-encrypting payloads on targeted systems. “Multiple, distinct threat actors view this vulnerability as attractive to use during their attacks and may indicate that this vulnerability will Source: […]

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[TheRecord] Five Southeast Asian telcos hacked by three different Chinese espionage groups

At least five major telecommunication providers from Southeast Asia have been hacked over the past years by different Chinese cyber-espionage groups. “These are global telcos with tens of millions of customers,” Assaf Dahan, Senior Director and Head of Threat Research at security firm Cybereason, told The Record this week. “Based on our analysis, we assess that the […]

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[BleepingComputer] WhatsApp won’t limit features even if you reject privacy changes

WhatsApp says that it will no longer limit the app’s functionality for users who disagree with the new privacy policy requiring them to share their data with Facebook companies. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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